Fuji's consumer grade cameras got more aggressive JPEG sharpening?

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Re: Fuji's consumer grade cameras got more aggressive JPEG sharpening?

celestialemissary wrote:

hendriximages wrote:

celestialemissary wrote:

Yeah this does look bad. This is acros ? Acros adds grain/noise to the image so it could be that combination with a bit higher ISO.
Which NR option do you use ?
Can you try regular BW conversion in camera if you still have raw file


yep ACROS, I used -2 noise reduction, ISO was 1600 - not too high for X-Trans acc. my past experience

I´ll try regular BW conversion though and post result back here, thanks for the tip!

You could try -4 on NR since acros is about that "organic" grain
Some people put camera on ISO6400 (they could use lower ISO) because of the look it gives to the acros film simulation.
I don't think that is the problem with X-E3
Only Fuji bayer cameras like X-T100 have different jpgs (warmer shadows)


see below, tried BW-R conversion with NR-4, unfortunately still visible ...

X-E3, BW-R simulation, 0 Sharpening, -4 Noise Reduction

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