Is there a practical maximum zoom magnification for the Mandelbrot formula with perturbation? UF is not optimized for deep zooms, but I'm curious.

Who's gone deep? The one I'm looking at now is E120 so far, using about 150,000 iterations, and all seems well.

(This question arose because of the video of a zoom to E2011, made using Kalles Fraktaler, https://fractalforums.org/fractal-movie-gallery/19/the-edge-of-infinity-mandelbrot-fractal-zoom-e2011-4k-60fps-2hrs-30min/1036/. Two and a half hours, so I didn't watch it all!)

Is there a practical maximum zoom magnification for the Mandelbrot formula with perturbation? UF is not optimized for deep zooms, but I'm curious.
Who's gone deep? The one I'm looking at now is E120 so far, using about 150,000 iterations, and all seems well.
(This question arose because of the video of a zoom to E2011, made using Kalles Fraktaler, https://fractalforums.org/fractal-movie-gallery/19/the-edge-of-infinity-mandelbrot-fractal-zoom-e2011-4k-60fps-2hrs-30min/1036/. Two and a half hours, so I didn't watch it all!)