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Old 5th February 2017
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High res shot problem

Hello all.

Just been photographing an original artwork with high res shot (EM5 Mk2) and have come across a problem. The bottom edge of the image seems a lot softer than the top edge (see images attached).

I've run a test as a single shot on both my EM5 Mk2 and EM1 and both are sharp in all 4 corners.

Anyone have any ideas what could be causing this?

Thanks in advance
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