No problem, @istirton! Just glad we can help!
I am not 100% sure, but I don’t think the Interaction itself is compressing the image. I think this is an effect of changing the transparency of 20 images on scroll. I don’t think this is necessarily a Webflow related issue either. I think if you were to hand code this type of interaction you may get the same result.
I think it’s just a limit to what browsers can handle and to the interaction itself. You might find more success using a plugin tooled for this specific functionality that has tweening. Have you seen ScrollMagic?
There’s also this awesome CodePen that plays video on scroll:
Or you could take a different approach and break this into three images. The first image would be the hand holding the dropper. The second is the camera and goggles. The third is the overlay for the camera and goggles. Then, on scroll you can move the hand down, and animate the overlay image.
Let me know if you have any other questions and I’ll be happy to assist you further!