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This series looks at performance with the Hasselblad XCD 21mm f/4 when focused at moderate range on a scene with a deep near/far range. The scene posed a challenge because of the immediate foreground being so close and yet the creek and environs being much farther away. Only a very highly corrected ultra wide can pull it all together with depth of field gains close to the theoretical.
Also evaluated is secondary color, in particular on the bleached out-of-focus wood in the foreground.
Rock Creek, S Curve
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