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Most of these examples were shot stopped down to f/11 or f/13, showing what can be expected on a medium format sensor with its tiny 3.76-micron photosites, both for depth of field and sharpness, given the limits imposed by diffraction and depth of field. This is why I so often prefer to use focus stacking with medium format.
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