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It also includes an aperture series from f/3.5 through f/11 for comparison to the focus stack (5 frames at f/8).
Focusing manually, the near point was set on the Moots dropout, and the far point set at the rearmost cog. For better near sharpness, focusing on the protective flange in front of the dropout would have nailed that and the leading tubes.
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