Fuji X-S10 in the field

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bowportes Veteran Member • Posts: 4,132
Re: Fuji X-S10 in the field

robert1955 wrote:

Sergiod67 wrote:

It is curious that with the Fuji X-T20 setting the dial in S mode, the silky effect was produced easily. Now with the X-S10 always setting the dial in S mode I get a strongly overexposed photo.

Best regards

Except the xs10, Fuji X cameras don’t have a PASM dial and so no S mode. You set S on them to 5 or 10 seconds and you stopped down to f/11 or f/16. With a PASM Camera on S you cannot control A, you have to go to M.

(and set ISO to 160, but you are already doing that)

Actually, all of the X-A models and the X-M1 also have PASM dials.

And any Fuji X camera can be put in S mode by taking the SS off Auto and setting aperture to Auto. When you then take aperture off of A, you have changed from S to M mode. This is the way it works for most Fujis.

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