How do you shoot with your Fuji?

Started 2 months ago | Questions thread
OP Eugleo Junior Member • Posts: 45
Experimental results

Brian P Smith wrote:

I generally follow what Erik said with dual-gain ISO technique. I mostly do slow landscape shooting, so I have time to manually set the ISO to 160-200 or 800. But when I don't, I use Auto Iso with a max of 800, as I don't mind it riding up to 400-640, as long as it doesn't go above 800.

Thanks for chiming in! I actually did some quick tests and I seem to get results which differ slightly with the PtP plot.

f/8, 1/60, ISO 200 (left) vs ISO 800 (right), Fuji X-T2

This supports the PtP claim that ISO 200 has less noise than ISO 800. However, take a look at ISO 640 vs ISO 800.

f/8, 1/60, ISO 800 (left) vs ISO 640 (right), Fuji X-T2

I cannot find the claimed 1 stop difference in noise between those two (also, I'm not sure why the color is different). It almost seems to me that my X-T2 is ISO-invariant throughout the whole range. Here's another similar shot, you can try to guess which is which without looking at the caption.

f/8, 1/250, ISO 800 (right) vs ISO 640 (left), Fuji X-T2

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