X100s and Bracketing Film Simulation
From Fuji online information re the X100s:
"This camera also includes a bracket function which can be used at your discretion, for three types of film simulation in any shot."
Does this mean that one can, for example, choose Velvia, Monochrome, and Sepia and expect to get three shots with each selected film simulation depicted?
No, one pic in each film type selected
My error. What I meant to ask is will I get One shot with Each simulation selected? If so this is a terrific feature. I am coming from a X10 where film simulation bracketing only gave you Fuji's three color choices.
It's the emulations of your choosing.
You might get better answers in the correct forum. http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/1020
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