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Fujifilm X10 Preview Samples:
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Uploaded: Nov 14, 2011 (UTC)
Focal length: 10.8 mm
Shutter speed: 2/15 sec
Aperture: F2.2
ISO: 3200
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Total comments: 5
Martin_Kay

I've looked at X1 images and comparisons with the X100 and yes there is a difference, mostly I think in micro image contrast- the X1 having the edge, but You can simulate this difference to a certain extent by careful sharpening- or a two stage sharpening- the first stage by using a much higher pixel count like say 20 to 30 or maybe up to 40 on larger images and give an 'amount' of between 10 and 30. This ups the overall 'micro' contrast of the image-you need to use your judgement and preview on and off to see the effect. I then do the standard sharpening, often just using local sharpening in PS. I know Leica lenses have a high inherent IQ but frankly if a file is post processed properly you won't know where it originated by looking on the computer at sizes of 1200 x 900 pixels.

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Martin_Kay

That's very good indeed...when you think about the price of this camera, I think its very reasonable compared to the other 'big things' at the moment...

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Naveed Akhtar

well performance look really good to me generally .. but a more real life comparison kind of photo shoots should also be taken in consideration, where multiple cameras shoot out next to each other under same lightning condition.

i would like to see it comparing against X100, S100 and some Pen on same model under sunlight,
in a pub/ bookshop/ church or some other interior,
at sunset!

featureset and body / lens in theory atleast outperforms any compact!

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Blake Willis

They really seem to have gone out of their way to give the luminance noise a "film-like" look...

Great job Fuji.

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ezradja

jaw dropping at iso 3200! 5 years old DSLR couldn't keep up with this :) excellent!

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Total comments: 5