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See also View to Mt Whitney From Alabama Hills, which confirms this behavior.
This series assesses the Fujifilm GF 63mm f/2.8 at distance, and expressly shows the problematic lack of focusing precision that one can expect from the Fujifilm GFX. The variability shown here was observed over and over in the field, a great source of aggravation. The greatest problems occurs at distance, as here, where precision is at its worst and where tiny changes in focus can make a big difference.
Precision and accuracy are scientific terms:
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