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This series shot at late day about 30 minutes before sunset. The contrast range is extreme (sunlight to shaded canyon) and the S006 CCD sensor can just barely handle this contrast range—so the bright sky is just slightly blown (according to RawDigger) and the foreground quite dark; it required a substantial shadow boost and push to bring up.
This series is designed to assess medium to far field performance along with the ability to sharpen up a near foreground with some stopping down.
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