Warwick X10

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Warwick X10
Apr 15, 2012

Warwick   X10

Western Australia, Perth Metropolitan Train Station Warwick, on the Clarkson to City Centre line.

Like the Whitfords railway station this is the under croft of a bus station, again created with the ambiance an underground car park in a shopping centre - sharing the same pre-cast concrete components that lock together once transported to site.

Having learnt from other dark environments, the x10 Advanced Low Light mode gets terrific dynamic range while performing well in low light environments, plus the depth of field achieved is excellent.

It seems Advanced Low Light mode brings together many of the traditional uses of photographic stacking in the one single effort; 4 stacked frames using both halves of the sensor likely achieves 16 frame stacking due to the 3d matrix algorithm used.

That's a very impressive mathematical feat for the x10 processors.

The combined result is a frame produced from stacking for focus, dynamic range and lower iso. The mathematics used achieves a cubic root result, at least for lowering the iso, rather than the normal square root formula.

I love this camera.

Off south to the next railway station on the Clarkson to City Centre line.

The exif data is retained within the images. These photographs were taken using the information found in the X10 mode chart found here:

http://www.dpreview.com/articles/9311974549/getting-the-best-out-of-the-fujifilm-x10

Fujifilm X10
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