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Aperture Series: Mining Structures
This aperture series from f/3.5 to f/11 evaluates the Fujifilm GF 30mm f/3.5 R WR for near-far and across-the-frame sharpness particularly at distance. The damage from focus shift to sharpness at distance seen repeatedly in so many series is also demonstrated.
Additionally, a failure of the Auto FOCUS BKT feature is shown. By lucky chance, the f/11 frame from the aperture series was available to complete the focus stacked result (replace what the camera failed to capture at distance).
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