Pushing X100S Jpegs

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BrianKraft Regular Member • Posts: 224
Pushing X100S Jpegs

I'm happy with the results. What say you? Read and have a look.

http://www.briankraft.com/Blog/personal/fuji-x100s-jpeg-pushed-iso-test/

Fujifilm X100S
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Ray Sachs
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When I first got the X-Pro last year before there was ANY raw support, let alone decent raw support, I was amazed at the latitude the X-trans jpegs had. Still am. The RX100 jpegs have a similar quality - I didn't end up liking the RX100 enough to keep it, but there was so,e serious magic in those files. So I wouldn't have expected anything less of the X100s.

-Ray
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framus Contributing Member • Posts: 847
Re: Pushing X100S Jpegs

Ray Sachs wrote:

When I first got the X-Pro last year before there was ANY raw support, let alone decent raw support, I was amazed at the latitude the X-trans jpegs had. Still am. The RX100 jpegs have a similar quality - I didn't end up liking the RX100 enough to keep it, but there was so,e serious magic in those files. So I wouldn't have expected anything less of the X100s.

-Ray
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http://www.flickr.com/photos/20889767@N05/collections/72157626204295198/

+1 for X-trans jpegs. I find that raw files have more hilight recovery latitiude (using LR4.4) but the jpegs surprise me with WB, color, and shadow adjustment latitude.

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nexfan New Member • Posts: 11
Re: Pushing X100S Jpegs

A bit peripheral to where the thread began (really appreciated the images of the wedding shoot, Brian):  I have a nex 5 but am disappointed with high ISO when printing 8 x11, as too much noise and grain at 3,200.  Hence, i am quite intrigued by the x100s.  Would I see a noticeable improvement at that ISO?

Thanks.

Les

BrianKraft OP Regular Member • Posts: 224
Re: Pushing X100S Jpegs

nexfan wrote:

A bit peripheral to where the thread began (really appreciated the images of the wedding shoot, Brian): I have a nex 5 but am disappointed with high ISO when printing 8 x11, as too much noise and grain at 3,200. Hence, i am quite intrigued by the x100s. Would I see a noticeable improvement at that ISO?

Thanks.

Les

I can't compare to a Nex 5, since I've never used one, but these files should help you make the comparison.

Both shot with the X100S at ISO 3200.

Jpeg SOOC with all default settings- http://dl.dropbox.com/u/11304821/X100S-3200-JPEG-SOOC-001.jpg

RAW outtake from the wedding I shot- http://dl.dropbox.com/u/11304821/X100S-3200-RAW-SOOC-001.raf

Oger Junior Member • Posts: 43
Re: Pushing X100S Jpegs

please regard, that Fuji Inflates iso about 2/3 of a stop.

Still very impressive.

I used to have a nex 5 prior to the X100.

Compared the X100 is a lot better at noise and a lot more film-like.

Another important thing is that the noise Fuji produces looks more grainy and less digital than from most cameras.

Thus I can live with the grain (if there is any at all w the X100s wich I want to buy now)

But the nex 5 has a nice LCD!

TORN Senior Member • Posts: 1,313
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On the arm and the sweatshirt and in the shadows on the face the tones/colors look pretty bad. This is nothing I would generally like to have. Or in other words: when using jpg (with the X100s) better get your exposure right.

I am pretty impressed by the ooc jpgs the X-Trans sensor can produce even up to ISO 12800 but I would rather avoid to push them. Fortunately we have RAW for those kind of application.

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