Fujifilm Finepix X100 - LCD/EVF observations 09 Aug 2012 #Photography. Some people have asked whether the Preview Depth of Field function is different from the regular LCD/EVF view or not (which it is), why the histogram is acting up (which it sometimes can do) and I've also seen questions regarding why exposure lock (AE-L) mapped to the AFL/AEL-button does not seem to be happening. So, even if the DoF preview function in the X100 has some inadequacies, there's no substitute for it. BTW, the X-Pro1 firmware was improved over the X100 in this respect: In the X-Pro1, the EVF display when half-pressing the shutter button is made at the selected working aperture instead of at an automatically chosen, arbitrary aperture Fujifilm FinePix X100: Resolution: 12.30 Megapixels including ISO and Preview Depth of Field, among others. the Fujifilm X100's focus scale does try to warn you that you're looking at a. Fujifilm X100. enlarge. The X100's optical finder uses a superimposed electronic color graticule that shows as much or as little junk information as you'd like, including a virtual horizon, parallax correction, a focus distance scale with calculated depth-of-field, a graticule, a histogram and the kitchen sink Fuji X100 Electronic Viewfinder, Custom mode, ready to fire. When the cyan focus scale is shown, the red line is the focused distance, and the white region is the depth of field. Focus top. Unlike either DSLRs and rangefinders, the X100 easily focuses on repeating patterns like fences, screens and fabrics. Focus Mode Switc
One of my favourite images I've taken with the X100V so far - with the ND filter I was able to shoot with narrow depth of field and a slow enough shutter speed to capture movement. 'Fn2' Another unlabelled button on the Fuji X100V is the centre button on the viewfinder mode lever otherwise known as 'Fn2' Fujifilm Finepix X100. Fujifilm Finepix X100. Photo Review 8.8. leadpic_X100_LEFT_FRONT In summary. (Fn) button which can be set to provide quick adjustment of one shooting parameter (such as ISO, depth-of-field preview, dynamic range adjustments, image size/quality). The only other control is the shutter button, which has a surrounding off.
Fuji X100 10,328 Members • 189 Post Reply Preview. brettmaxwell 10 years ago. I think he means, will the EVF or back LCD give an accurate representation of the (ambient) exposure in live view? using the EVF (or LCD) that first press on the shutter button shows you depth of field. Post Reply Preview. Marty Johnston 10 years ago. Hi. Fuji's Standard/Provia film simulation looks great on its own, and I can always tweak in post later. Provia film simulation. Auto-ISO: base 200, limit 3200, minimum shutter speed 1/125 In-Depth: The New Fujifilm X100s. UPDATE: I recorded a ~40-min webcam walk-thru of the camera's best features and how to use them at the bottom of the post. Short Version: It's a remarkable, sync-at-any-speed camera with a no-apologies 16mp chip. I'll probably make more pictures with this camera over the next year than all of my other cameras. The Fujifilm FinePix X100 camera is already one of the surprise hits of 2011, and it hasn't even hit the shops in any great numbers yet. That hasn't stopped us from taking our usual in-depth look at the gorgeously retro X100, with its large APS-C sensor, 35mm fixed focal length lens, and truly innovative hybrid viewfinder. Read our Fujifilm FinePix X100 review to find out if you really should. Fuji NP-95 battery, 2014. Back of Fuji NP-95 battery, 2014. The NP-95 is the same, but now has an orange stripe on it we can line-up with the orange catch in the camera. It also has the manufacture date and factory marked on the back. Fuji BC-65N Charger, A7002 Dongle and older-style NP-95 Battery. NP-95 Battery, Li-Ion, 3.6V 1.8 AH
The Fuji X100S has almost the same feature set as the Finepix X100. It adds one full stop of expanded ISO and multiple exposure which produces an image from two separate exposures. The Fuji X100S is a interestingly capable digital camera How to use the depth-of-field preview button on your dSLR. Find out what that mystery button at the front of your dSLR really does. Lexy Savvides. Dec. 3, 2014 2:00 p.m. PT With the Fujifilm X-T1 camera in the hands of many of you around the world, I thought it would be fitting to mention a few 'hidden' features that you might not be aware of. If you haven't found time to update your X-T1's firmware to Version 3.00 then now's the perfect time
. I've spent lots of time with it by my side as a constant companion, and the little camera has grown on me tremendously. At the moment, these cameras are a bit hard to get your hands on, due to the unfortunate occurrences in Japan When the Fujifilm X series was in its infancy, there were but two ranges to choose between: the fixed-lens X100 series of premium compacts and the interchangeable X-Pro series. Since then, the X100 series has been upgraded three times (the X100S, X100T and most recently, the X100F), and the X-Pro1 was recently replaced by the X-Pro2 following a. When using depth of field and hyperfocal calculators, I get very different result versus the in-camera DoF preview of my Fujifilm X-M1. For example: With DOFMaster (or any other online calculator), for a Fujifilm X-M1, with a focal length of 16mm and f-stop = 8, I am supposed to get hyperfocal distance at 1.62 meters with DoF from 0.81 meters.
Versatile, volant, and viable, the silver FUJIFILM X100V is the fifth-generation of the X100 series, blending impressive imaging capabilities, a distinct design with an apt prime wide-angle lens, and a flexible feature-set to suit an array of shooting needs. Utilizing a proven and well-regarded APS-C-format 26.1MP X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor, the X100V is capable of high-resolution recording along. Fuji X 100 zum kleinen Preis hier bestellen. Große Auswahl an Fuji X 100. The TCL-X100 tele-converter lens transforms the Fuji X-100S' 35mm equivalent focal length (23mm) to a 50mm equivalent (33mm). Many Leica shooters would be very comfortable shooting with this attachment, as you're getting a 50mm f/2.3-ish full-frame equivalent in terms of focal length vs depth of field MTF Charts for Fujifilm X100. The MTF chart suggests a lens with outstanding performance showing exceptionally high contrast overall, as well as for fine details. Most likely the lens peaks at f/4, but Fuji does not supply MTF charts for f/2.8 or f/5.6 or f/8. Stop down to f/5.6 to retain all the goodness of f/4 but with more depth of field
But I DID test it at small apertures, and I compared it to the depth of field preview that resulted from the Fn button. The views were identical, and they concurred with the final picture. Lenses used were the f2.4/60mm and the f1.4/35mm, with identical results (the DoF effect is particularly large on lenses with wide base apertures) Depth of field has to do with the aperture opening only (and the focal length and the sensor size, but that's another story since those are fixed on the x100). The wider opening, the less DOF. So f2 will give you a pretty short range where the subject is in focus The Fujifilm Finepix X100 is a Medium Digital Camera with an APS-C sensor. Its 12 Megapixels CMOS sensor offers an ISO 200-6400 sensitivity range which is expandable to ISO 100-12800. This makes it possible to shoot hand-held in relatively low-light. With 12 MP of resolution, sharp prints are possible up to 18 x 12 at 240 DPI The Fujifilm Finepix X100 is indeed a thing of beauty, with a top plate of die cast magnesium alloy, an aluminium body and leather-like covering, mixed with engraved, metal dials. It feels and looks substantial. I could only fault it as regards the speed grip, which I thought was too small. It looks like the rangefinder cameras from ye olde. The Fuji X100 series has been incredibly popular since the very first version and I was excited to buy my own X100F as soon as it was announced. The camera has a fixed 23mm f/2 lens on it that delivers an angle of view that's equivalent to a 35mm lens on a full frame camera, but Fuji have been selling two conversion lenses for a number of years
review: using a Fuji X100 for wedding photography. Being impressed so far with the image quality from the Fuji X100 (affiliate), based on my initial impression of the camera, I was tempted to put the camera to a real test.A test where we remove the luxury of using the camera just as a walk-about fun camera FUJIFILM announces FinePix X100 this capability enables the user to preview and confirm exposure settings, depth-of-field effects, white balance, and macro shots. the lens can enhance. Fujifilm Finepix X100 preview. by Dan Carr | Dec 28, Like the X100, the Leica X1 also has an APS-C sized sensor which allows for a shallower depth of field and much better low light performance. Let's look a little closer at some of these X100 features and details The Fuji X100V gets a 26MP sensor, faster processor, an improved 23mm f/2 lens, and weather-sealing at last! This popular fixed-lens camera is better than ever. See our Fuji X100V preview for all.
Retro Fujifilm FinePix X100 Camera Will Give Leica's X1 a Run For Its Money depth-of-field effects, white balance, and macro shots. this capability enables the user to preview and confirm. Engraved Depth of Field Markings. None, sadly. I can sort of understand excluding these when lenses get much beyond 50mm equivalence, but it would have been a nice point of differentiation and consistency for Fuji's larger aperture lenses to also feature depth of field markings along with a push/pull clutch focus mechanism for manual focus Depth-of-field is the distance in front of and behind the point of focus that looks sharp. When we use small-sized apertures (remember, these are represented by large numbers, such as F16 or F22), we get lots of depth-of-field, so the sharpness zone extends a long way beyond, and in front of, where the camera is focused . The phenomenon is fixed that images in a camera cannot be transferred to a Windows10 PC via a USB cable. Ver.2.10. The firmware update Ver.2.10 from ver.2.01 incorporates the following issue: Addition of the function for TELE CONVERSION LENS TCL-X100. 1)Change of shooting menu While the X100 and X-Pro1 may have started Fuji's rise in popularity, their X-T1 has easily been the company's most compelling camera for those waiting to make the jump to mirrorless. That makes it easy to understand why the X-T1 has been used as the basis for a new, even more compact interchangeable lens body, the X-T10
What is the Fujifilm X100V? The Fuji X100V is a compact camera and the fifth model in Fujifilm's widely respected X100 series. Inside it has the same 26.1MP APS-C format sensor and processing engine as the manufacturer's recent enthusiast-level interchangeable lens cameras, the Fujifilm X-T4, X-T3 and X-Pro3.This means that it can capture the same quality images albeit using a fixed 23mm f. Fujifilm has produced a good number of fixed lens compact cameras over the years. The most popular is the X100 series which was the only one to house an APS-C sensor until the X70 was released in 2016. Then, two years on, a third APS-C compact camera hit the market, the XF10 Recommended Fuji X-T30 Settings. The third-generation Fuji X-T30 is a very popular camera among the X-series cameras, thanks to a good balance of features and price. It is small, lightweight and has many of the features of its bigger brother, the Fuji X-T3. Sporting a 26.1 MP APS-C X-Trans BSI CMOS sensor and a fast processor, it is capable of.
The Fujifilm X100V is a premium compact camera with some great genes - it's the fifth member of a family that stretches back to the original X100 from 2011, with a design that's inspired by. For all the street and landscape photographers out there, here's a handy guide to the hyperfocal distances for the FinePix X100: Aperture Meters Feet f/2 13.2 m 43.5 ft f/2.8 9.37 m 30.8 ft f/4 6.64 m 21.8 ft f/5.6 4.7 m 15.4 ft f/8 3.33 m 10.9 ft f/11 2.36 m 7.75 ft f/16 1.68 m 5.5 ft Luminous L.. Here, the Fuji Finepix X100 is compared to the Pentax K-5 Pentax K-5, the highest quality APS-C sensor DSLR to date.While both cameras have the same sensor size, the K-5 has 25% more resolution. All images below are 100% unmodified crops from their respective cameras
Fuji X100 (2010-2013) Fuji X100F. bigger. Fuji X100F. bigger. Sample Images (more at High ISOs and throughout this review) Top Sample Images Introduction. Specifications Accessories USA Version. Performance Compared Usage. Recommendations More. First Day of School, 28 August 2018 The Fujifilm FinePix X100 has the look of a classic rangefinder, yet internally it features the very latest Fujifilm technology and uses TTL contrast-detection focusing. Despite its appearance, the lens is not removable and has a fixed focal length, equivalent to 35mm in 135 terms, with an f/2 aperture and close focus of just 10cm for macro work The Fujifilm FinePix X100 is a high-precision digital compact camera that combines modern technology with a traditional camera design to deliver the ultimate in image quality. Featuring an APS-C CMOS sensor (12.3 megapixel), a Fujinon 23mm Single Focal Length Fixed F2 lens, a 2.8-inch LCD with 460K pixel, and the world's first Hybrid Viewfinder.
Fujifilm X100F Shooting modes. The Fujifilm X100F doesn't have an exposure mode dial. Instead, like previous X100 cameras - and indeed X-mount bodies - it adopts the same technique used by older film SLRs for many years. The body has a shutter speed dial and the lens has an aperture ring, and both offer an A option Fujifilm X10 Review Depth of Field and Blur Control. A small sensor like the one in the X10 provides a large depth of field. That can be an advantage in many situations except if you want to isolate your subject against a soft background. On cameras with a larger sensor, like an APS-C sized sensor, you control depth of field with the aperture The Fujifilm X Series is made up of two separate strains: the interchangeable lens series and the premium fixed-lens compact series. The X-T2, along with its rangefinder-like sibling the X-Pro2, is the current flagship camera of the interchangeable lens series, while the recently-announced X100T sits at the top of the premium compact range Hi all, I've been playing around with my new X100F the last week, and loving it to bits. Coming from the X-T2 (and X70) it's not hard to get to grips with, and it's a might little machine! However: new to me is the ND on/off switch. I truly don't get this function. I'm often using the physical 3. In 2011, the Fujifilm X100 took the world by storm, offering the style of a Leica M but at a more affordable price. We test its successor, the X100S, with upgraded 16.3-million-pixel sensor. Read the Fujifilm X100S review.
I've recently taken the plunge and traded in an X-T1 for an X-T2. One thing I've noticed is that there isn't the depth of field with RAWs using at least two of my lenses (16-55mm and 50-140mm) that I'd become accustomed to with the X-T1. I very often use f8. I could rely on a decent depth of fiel..
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Fujifilm Depth of Field Preview button setting and how to use it You can preview focus, depth of field, exposure, and white balance before you shoot, and view the photo instantly after shooting. Image Sensor/Processor: The FinePix X100 features a 23.6mm x 15.8mm APS-C, square-pixel customized CMOS image sensor with 12.3-million effective pixels
The Fuji X100S, a compact fixed lens camera, sashays onto the scene as a successor to the X100. It comes fully equipped with an advanced 16.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS II Sensor and improved EXR Processor II. Although the internals have been deeply reconfigured, the X100S maintains the same body as the X100
FUJIFILM announces FinePix X100 this capability enables the user to preview and confirm exposure settings, depth-of-field effects, white balance, and macro shots. the lens can enhance. The Fuji X100 and Ken Rockwell: Dec 20, 2010. I recently discovered Ken Rockwell's website and what he says makes a lot of sense: 'Keep It Simple'. He says, even he, as a professional photographer gets lost in the page after page of menues and he looses good pictures because he's always floundering around in the menues
Fujifilm X100V Field Test January 15, 2021. Michael Topham Fujifilm X100V . Pros: I just wish Fujifilm offered a way to turn off the pesky descriptions in the centre of the preview image. Fujifilm X100V: Useful accessories The NiSi Fujifilm X100 Series Professional Filter Kit was originally tested on a black and silver version of the X100V The depth of field preview button is a throwback to the days when the only way you could preview what you were photographing was through the viewfinder. They were very important for landscape photographers and portrait photographers working with groups who wanted to check they'd manually focused correctly Available with one- touch switching ease, this capability enables the user to preview and confirm exposure settings, depth-of-field effects, white balance, and macro shots. 12.3 Megapixel APS-C CMOS Sensor. The FinePix X100 features a custom CMOS high-performance sensor, internally optimized and developed exclusively for this model Combining the latest in technology with a retro-cool look and feel from 45 years ago, the Fujifilm FinePix X100 is perhaps the most highly anticipated camera of the year. Although at first glance while it can be confused with a classic rangefinder camera (intentionally, of course), the Fuji X100 is not a rangefinder. Sharing the solid construction and major controls..
Review: Fujifilm TCL-X100 Converter Lens. Fujifilm X-100S with TCL-X100. 1/400th sec f/5.6 @ ISO 1250. Chinatown, Vancouver. When Fujifilm announced the WCL-X100 wide angle converter for the X-100 series cameras, I was a bit confused. The difference between the standard 35mm equiv (23mm) angle of view and the 28mm equiv you got with the. Intro. The Fujifilm X100V is a high-end compact camera aimed at enthusiasts and street photographers, featuring a 26 Megapixel APSC sensor, fixed 23mm f2 lens, hybrid viewfinder, tilting touch-screen and 4k video. Announced in February 2020, it's the fifth model in the popular series and succeeds the X100F released roughly two years previously Fujifillm's long awaited X100 compact camera is now ready for commercial release after being previewed since Photokina 2010. I have written a preview of this camera before and I'm excited to get my hands on one of these soon for a full review! More information after the break The images I get from my Fuji X100, a.k.a. FujiFilm FinePix X100, are nothing short of amazing. Photographing my fast-moving kids and family under every lighting condition from desert sun to dim restaurants to moonlight, my Fuji X100 makes skin tones look better than from any other camera
Fuji X100 - 23mm 1 /1,000 sec, f/2.8, ISO 200. Fuji X100 - 23mm 1 /1,000 sec, f/5.6, ISO 200. Never thought I could saturate a noon-day sky so much at such wide apertures while using a single hotshoe flash (through several layers of diffusion!) to light my subject. The results are pretty surreal. Suki, however, is obviously not amused Fuji X100 Field Test Gallery. Below are some samples (all part of the gallery). All photos were taken handheld. Very nice brick wall details (ISO 800, f/4) Nice colors (ISO 800, f/4) (ISO 800, f/4) Nice color gradations (ISO 200, f/5.6) Converted to B&W with Silver Efex Pro 2 (ISO 3200, f/5.6) Works very well indoors (ISO 1000, f/2.8) Conclusio The X100S's APS-C size X-Trans CMOS II has done away the low-pass filter and uses a proprietary colour array for extra sharp shots - only problem is all that good work is undone when using wide. Access Free Fuji X100 Manual Focus Fixbest manual-focus and depth-of-field preview, stick with the 5D or 5D Mark II, for which special interchangeable screens are available. No Zoomed-in Histogram. When you zoom, the histogram goes away. Fujifilm XF10 review: Digital Photography Review It makes manual focus ten times faster than Page 11/1 The Fujifilm X-Pro1, which WDC first saw at the end of 2011, is a rangefinder-meets-Compact-System-Camera built in a retro style. It features an adapted hybrid viewfinder as found in the X100. model and - and this is the big claim - a brand new sensor technology said to out-perform full-frame DSLR sensors.. The X-Pro1 has been through the WDC reviews mill, so does it live up to its big claims
The new Fujifilm X100T is the third generation of Fujfilm's wildly popular 35mm f/2 fixed lens compact camera. Building on the success of last year's X100S, the new X100T focuses on making the handling and operation even better than before. Have Fujifilm succeeded in the tricky task of making an already brilliant camera even better? Read our in-depth Fujifilm X100T review to find out.. The photo above is a first for me. The Fujifilm X100F proves pretty awesome in a portrait session, especially with the Fujifilm TCL-X100 teleconversion lens. Also, the 23mm field of view can add something a bit different to the scene. Soon Fujifilm will launch a new set of conversion lenses: he Fujifilm WCL-X100 II and the Fujifilm TCL-X100 II Fujifilm FinePix X100 Digital Compact Camera this capability enables the user to preview and confirm exposure settings, depth-of-field effects, white balance, and macro shots. the lens can. The Fujifilm X-Pro1 tries to offer the benefits of the mainstream while offering exclusivity similar to Leica. The market will decide whether this is no-man's land or a successful niche. In our first Fuji review we will cover the Fujinon XF 18mm f/2 R - one of the three initial lenses for the X-mount And Fujifilm's new X100S, an update from 2010's X100, is one of the most retro inspired cameras we've seen to date. But despite its throwback look and feel, it has all the capabilities one would.
Depth of field problems with that? No. At f2.8 the X100s crop sensor is giving me ample DOF. Chest or throat focus gives good eyes and a lot more for neighbouring actors. I reckon that with the Nikons I had to use at least f4.0 or f5.0 to get an equivalent zone of sharpness. Yeah, I know what the tables say about comparative DOF with crop. Interestingly, Fuji takes the if it ain't broke, don't fix it approach to the lens, which is the same as previous generation X100-family cameras. Even at f/4, Fuji X100F depth of field is shallo FUJIFILM FinePix X100 is a APS - C Sensor Camera with a fixed prime F2 lens, the expected price is around $1500 with is a bit high and which may keep this product away from regular dslr or high end compact users. *Design and specifications may be subject to change without notice We've spent quite a bit not nearly enough time with Fujifilm's fixed-lens Finepix X100, and while it felt that March would never actually come during Photokina 2010, it's actually just a few weeks.