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This page discusses focus stacking with handheld shooting with sensor stabilization (IBIS) enabled.
The Fujifilm GFX100 offers three key features that make handheld focus stacking more viable than any camera I have used before (through late 2019): fully electronic shutter + very fast exposure bracketing + highly effective image stabilization (IBIS). I wondered if I could generate credible focus-stacked images shooting handheld.
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For this image, I seated myself and braced my legs against my knees for maximum stability. When that is not possible and/or leaning against something for stability, use the best possible standing shooting technique.
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