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This outdoor near-to-far scene explores the consistency of sharpness and gains in depth of field for a real world outdoor landscape image. It was nearly dark, and the 645Z could not autofocus in these conditions; manual focus got the job done.
Depth of field expectations should thus be appropriate: in depth of field terms, as compared to a 35mm DSLSR, f/3.5 is equivalent to f/2.8, f/9 ~= f/7.2, f/11 ~= f/8.8. ; see Image/Sensor Size, and 645Z Focal Length and F-Stop Equivalence vs DSLR.
Pescadero Creek Upstream, Late Blue Dusk
Mirror lockup with 2 second self timer.
f-stop: 3.5, 5, 5.6, 9, 11
seconds: 10.0, 30.0, 30.0, 30.0, 91.0
push: +1.3, +0.2 +1.66, +2.66, +3.0 <== raw conversion in ACR
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