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This aperture series look at image quality of the Fujifilm GFX sensor with a small pull and a +100 maximal shadow boost—how good is the image quality?
It also runs from f/4 through f/16—how well does f/16 hold up, given that it is needed for depth of field equivalent to f/13 on the 35mm full frame format.
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Adobe Camera Raw 220.127.116.114. View ACR settings. Camera Profile = PROVIA/STANDARD with reduced saturation. +100 shadow boost a
ACR enforces lens corrections for chromatic aberration, vignetting, distortion, a requirement set by the GFX.
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These systems are hugely expensive, so make the right choice for your own needs (full frame vs medium format).
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