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This aperture series at medium distance shows performance from f/4 through f/11.
It also includes a 2-frame focus stack at f/9. Depth of field is a major limitation of medium format, hence focus stacking is even more useful than with 35mm format. A 2-frame stack is easy and fast to shoot for a scene like this.
Images stacked using Zerene Stacker, DMAP mode.
Adobe Camera Raw 18.104.22.1688. View ACR Settings. Camera Profile = PROVIA/STANDARD.
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