Fujifilm FinePix 6800Z Review. Phil Askey
Purple Fringing (Chromatic Aberrations)
Despite my best efforts I couldn't find a single example of chromatic aberrations in the samples we shot (over 400), either Fujifilm have eliminated this problem through lens / sensor design or they're specifically removing the aberrations in the "image processing" stage.
Image taken at 6M (2832 x 2132) Normal.
|Our now standard chromatic aberration test shot|
Barrel and Pincushion Distortion
Almost no (at least too little to be measured) pincushion distortion at full tele, however at full wide angle we measured a straight-line-straining 1.8% barrel distortion, keep away from straight edges at full wide angle!
Images taken at 6M (2832 x 2132) Normal.
|Barrel Distortion, 1.8% @ Wide Angle||Pincushion Distortion, ~0% @ Full Tele|
The 6800Z really suffers under any kind of artificial light, for some reason the preset white balance settings also seem to be way off any of the lights I have at home, with a total lack of a manual preset mode this means you're really going to be limited to shooting in natural light or at least under artificial light having to edit and correct your images later.
|Outdoors, Auto||Outdoors, Sunny||Outdoors, Cloudy|
|Incandescent, Auto||Incandescent, Incandescent|
|Fluorescent, Auto||Fluorescent, Fluorescent 3|
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