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These examples demonstrate the phenomenal level of detail that can be obtained using the FOCUS BKT feature of the Fujifilm GFX100 for focus stacking.
The Fujifilm GF 32-64mm f/4 R LM WR lends itself to focus stacking: as a zoom it allows tight framing of the subject matter for maximum detail, very helpful in rough terrain where camera position may be limited by uneven or steep terrain. And while its f/4 lens speed is not so great for many types of photography, it is of no import for focus stacking where f/8 is the de-facto best aperture most of the time in terms of depth of field and not too many frames.
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