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Earth Shadow Rising over Barcroft Research Facility
For this panorama, I shot two frames for the left side, and two frames for the right side. In both cases, one frame prove slightly unsharp and the other frame sharp; the sharp frames were used. In general, I found that down to about 1/10 second, the Fujifilm GFX100 IBIS did a fantastic job. Earlier, shooting 2 or 3 frames at speeds down to 1/10 second usually resulted in at least one tack-sharp image with the Fujifilm GF 45mm f/2.8, my all-arounder lens of choice. That’s an unprecedented win for medium format.
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