Fujifilm FinePix X100
Announced Sep 19, 2010 •
12 megapixels | 2.8″ screen | 35 mm
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I have at last come to the conclusion that after months of hankering after the D7000 and being really pleased with the results, the size and bulk of the thing have taken their toll. After reading amazing reviews of the X100 and X10 and 20 i think this is the direction i will go now,I'm selling the Nikon gear and hopefully will have around £650- 700 to spend.I love the idea of the x100 but ultimately think i would miss the zoom at some point but it does seem the iq is incredible ,which for me...
I'm borrowing a friends X100 to see if I like it and whether i'll pull the trigger on it or not. When i'm metering in manual exposure, I get some ridiculously inaccurate meter readings which makes the image very very dark, i'd say close to 2 or 3 stops dark. I've been experimenting with the different metering modes and even with spot meter when I put the centre AF RIGHT ON TOP of the subject I want to expose for, I still sometimes get inaccurate meter readings. I've found that most of the...
Hi, quick question, i'm borrowing a colleagues X100 to see how I like it before I may or may not buy an X100s. I'm coming from DSLR's and Sony NEX's so this is all new and very different to me. I've noticed in manual mode on the X100, there isn't a live exposure meter until I half press the shutter, then it tells me if i'm over or under and I can't change settings until I release the shutter from the half pressed position. So my question is, in the X100s, is the metering the same, or does it...
Sorry - but ... fighting with another curiosity : Color moiré ? ... is that from the BAYER CFA ? Is that color moiré or is there any other explanation for this phenomenon ?It appears in the top window line, not in the second and again in the third from the top.It is not caused by the developing software. It also shows up in the JPEGs from the camera itself !Is it caused by the BAYER CFA on the X100 sensor ?How would you avoid this effect, what would you suggest ? Thanks for your...
I am using aperture to organize my photographs. When I shoot Raw with my om-d the images look a lot darker than the jpg. I understand that raw images go through the processing algorithms of aperture while the jpg have been already processed by the camera. The question is, why do olympus Raw (orf) look much darker? This does not happen with the raw images from my x100.
Hi All, new to Fujifilm cameras (got a X100 in december last year) I´m lurking around here for some time now. What I´m wondering about is that my X100 is very critical with high lighted regions. It shows clipping very fast compared to what I´m used to, when shooting my Sigma gear. My question now, is that because I have to get used to a different way of exposure ? Also I noticed I´m not the only one with this problem...
Hi, I'm on the verge of picking up a GR. However, one question lingers. (I've even read the GR manual.) The question: How does Spot AF work? Does it require a single tap like on the x100/s (if you're familiar), or must it be held down for AF to lock? Does it remain at the focal distance or reset after each shot? Sorry for the generic nature of the question, but it's kind of a make-or-break issue for me. Thanks! ^__^