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This outdoor far-field scene explores the consistency of sharpness across the field at a uniform distance at the 45mm zoom setting.
This is an extremely difficult scene to render; most cameras fail to record it in a lifelike way. The 645Z has done as good a job as the best in this difficult drab bluish dusk lighting.
This finely detailed image cries out for viewing on the iMac 5K (or at least a 4K display) so as to render the fine details of twigs and bark and moss in a far more compelling way than a standard display.
Mirror lockup with 2 second self timer.
f-stop: 4.5, 5.6, 9, 11
seconds: 5.0, 8.0, 20.0, 30.0 with pull 1 stop
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