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Shot with Fujifilm GFX firmware 2.00, lens firmware 1.00. Brand-new GFX, brand-new lens.
This aperture series look at near-to-far performance and how shockingly limited depth of field is. Thus it includes a 6-frame focus stack at f/11 for comparison to f/11.
It also shows an aberrant and highly destructive behavior of the Fujifilm GFX (or more correctly: Fujifilm GFX with 45mm f/2.8)—a large change in focus for no apparent reason. See my editorial comments on the Fujifilm GF 45mm f/2.8 main page.
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