setting up fuji x100v

Fuji X Weekly App: Filtering by Camera or Sensor? The Fiat 500 is a car with soul, you can’t help but love it, faults and all. I loved having this tiny beast add a flip screen to its ergonomic arsenal. If you need to shoot quickly, this might be a good option, but if you’re not in a hurry, I’d just set it to what you want it to be so that you don’t have to change it later. I marvelled at the Fiat 500 when it was reengineered into it’s modern day guise and the rest of the world did too. Fujifilm X100V Battery Life. The X-T4 can do .5 Highlight and Shadow adjustments (please, Fujifilm, update the X100V to allow this, too), and that’s probably closer to what you need to compensate for the increased or decreased contrast due to selecting the far ends of Clarity. At -2 there’s a small difference, but by -5 there’s a big difference. Just be aware that when you change the Clarity setting, you are changing the picture’s contrast. It had its 3 outing out this weekend being used in anger at weddings,,,. Fuji X100V. Ich hoffe, dass die halben Anpassungen sowohl beim X-Pro3 als auch beim X-T3 und X-T30 vorgenommen werden. Massimo Valdarchi – Roma. During my first shoot I found that the X100 was quicker at focusing in a dark cafe than my Canon 5Dmk2 with it’s f/1.2 50mm lens. With an SLR you can take multiple frames at the same focus point by not releasing the shutter beyond a half press. No problem. I will now spend a few months to find my ‘looks’ with this camera and I’ll further develop a post production system for it too. The Fuji X100V has a mechanical shutter that goes up to 1/4000th and electronic shutter that goes up to 1/32000th. A modern day classic. You can get them anywhere. This is perfect. Most of the time I use the monochrome film simulation with green filter mode. I have to practice practice practice until I find a combo that works for me. A really cool feature shows you the shot you have just taken in the viewfinder even if you are in the optical mode. © Lovegrove Adventures 2020. It’s a pretty big difference when you compare +5 to 0 to -5, but it’s difficult to notice a one or two adjustment, especially if you’re not doing a side-by-side comparison. X100V offers the ability to record 4K video up to 30 frames per second or capture 120 frames per second at 1080p to create super slow motion effects. If you appreciated this article, please consider making a one-time gift contribution. I’ll photograph anything with it for the buzz I get and to better learn it’s characteristics. Lieber Ritchie, wieder ein interessanter und vor allem hilfreicher Artikel. Each situation might benefit from a Clarity adjustment, and you’ll have to decide which setting is the best for the scene. I spend 4 days in San Antonio to test the new camera out. Any higher ISO value is pushed with software in camera. For moving subjects I use the optical viewfinder and for static shots the electronic viewfinder is perfect. It does save setting Macro in the menu. Fine JPG plus RAW. Hi Stanley, I’ve never used the flash. Hi Peter, The X100 doesnt maintain focus between frames in the same way an SLR does. I personally like Clarity set at +2. Note that you can't actually turn this feature off. 3. I shoot RAW as well as Jpeg because I occasionally want to change a picture to colour at a later stage and I want my screen to show monochrome at the time of shooting. Since I’ve grown so used to the ability to use one with every other camera I shoot with, I feel like the X100V catches up with that modern photographic amenity. Your reviews of the X100 are both informative and entertaining with the side comments. It seems that we have finally reached a time where technology is delivering us screen resolutions that are sufficient. Stay inspired and enjoy that camera of yours. Thank you Cristiano :)) best wishes, Damien. I struggled to get the exposure right and I found accessing the three exposure parameters a bit of a hassle and certainly not as easy as a DSLR. Here is the official review. I used it on a portrait job last week and the 8 year old daughter of my client kept reaching out for my little camera. The X100 is very intuitive, I don’t fiddle with the settings, I just take pictures. Change ). I would personally love to own one if I could some how justify it as a business expense and owning a little old film slr that is similar that just feels fun to use, a word I think is some times forgotten when taking a photograph. I am just in love with the x100. I bought my x100 after owning an lx5 which produces very crisp clear images. Very informative and wonderful site! I am fortunate enough to have both a Nikon D700 camera and a Canon 5Dmk2 with a full range of top shelf lenses for both systems. This post contains affiliate links, and if you make a purchase using my links I’ll be compensated a small amount for it. I went on line this evening to see if anybody was using this little marvel professionally. Introducing the Fuji X Weekly App for iOS! Thanks dude. Discussion in 'All X100 Series (X100, S, T, F, V), X70, XF10' started by Arjay, Nov 24, 2011. I do hope you have come to love shooting with your X100. I then develop the RAW files in Lightroom, export in 16 bit and further adjust in Photoshop. From the top: I came across your blog/site while searching for X100 settings. However, -5 Clarity will give a similar softness at any aperture as the old X100 lens does at f/2. Try using 1/80th for the Auto ISO min shutter speed and 3200 for the max ISO. Fujifilm actually recommends setting Clarity to 0 and adding it later by reprocessing the RAW files in-camera. The up-and-down option is called “WC” for warm/cool; plus is warm, minus is cool, and 0 is neutral. It’s difficult to notice a plus or minus one difference. Menu List. In my opinion Fujifilm did a good job of implementing Clarity on the X100V. I’ve set it up to suit me so I can just pick it up and shoot. Nooooooo! Energise your lighting with Scatterflash, the new flash modifier that literally breaks up the light in a magical way. Currently, I shoot with Canon’s 7D and G9. Great advice, I have just bought one of these baby’s I am a pro photographer in England. I’ve done noise reduction and sharpening before. Lightroom rebuilds a preview based on a guess of what you want the shot to look like and it’s never anywhere near. The Fuji camera and lens combination is simply amazing but it is not a DSLR. The X100V offers incredible color performance all the way to up to 51200. Also, if you go lower than -3 Clarity, consider increasing Highlight and Shadow by one to compensate. Where should I set it on my camera? Should I adjust my expectations for the x100 to a different kind of photographic milleu. I’ve set it up to suit me so I can just pick it up and shoot. You can see some full res pictures and read my first findings on the X100 here. I’m not here to praise or knock any camera system, just to report my findings. With firmware updates, some of these settings and modes are even found on older models, like the original X100. I soon realised however that it was never going to work. The X100V is my first Fuji camera and I was very perplexed by this behaviour. Does the X100V live up to the hype? What focus issues have you encountered and is it easy to see focus with either of the two viewfinder options? Hi Camera seems to like having a hard/straight line to lock onto for focus? Thanks, in advance for your help! My 50mm Canon prime doesn’t work with a focus reframe method when the subject is off centre, as far as I understand this is due to the complicated optics employed to make it a flat field lens. I can create better film simulation recipes when I’m given more tools, and the X100V indeed has some new tools. 7 New Film Simulation Recipes – Patron Early Access! I was wondering if you adjust other setting like dynamic range, colour, sharpness, highlight tone, shadow tone and film simulation? This means I can choose to use any cameras or lenses out there, and I certainly choose to spend my hard earned cash wisely. Cherio. Supplied Accessories. X100V offers the ability to record 4K video up to 30 frames per second or capture 120 frames per second at 1080p to create super slow motion effects. Fujifilm’s inclusion of Clarity on the X100V is something that I’m extremely happy with. You can see from the photographs above that there’s a noticeable difference between Clarity set at -5, 0 and +5. The Fuji refocusses every frame. I now use Auto ISO settings: 1/80th as the min shutter speed and ISO 3200 as the max ISO. Weekend of wandering planned to get some practice in, looking forward to next week when camera will be coming to the office with me all week. Hi Russell, I’m on the road for a few weeks and that’s quite a monumental task … Do not use the cross hair type focus method, use the box method and all should be fantastic. it is a lovely camera and it feels so nice in your hand too, if i’d have known just how much they are selling for yours may not have made it round the room in Bristol : ), If you’ve shown the pictures first without mentioning the camera used, no one will ever think it was captured nicely with such a small body camera… I think the photographer took more role than the equipment, just like Bjorn Borg plays with the old wooden racket…, I just bought Olympus Pen E-PL2 as my second camera (beside 5D mkII) and you just make me feel bad… since E-PL2 doesn’t works good on high ISO (at least in my experience). FYI, I typically just use the jpeg out of the camera as it’s pretty darn good but just in case I need RAW I have it set to (jpeg+RAW). I am quite intrigued with this camera and interested to see what the X10 will be like as well. I rarely adjust any image adjustment parameter from standard with the X100. 4K recording works with oversampling and no sensor crop, which means you get the same quality as with the X-T3. (Examples are great too!). When it is too bright for the parameters I have set I use the inbuilt 3 stop ND filter. Because Clarity adds contrast and does affect highlights and shadows, if you go higher than +3 Clarity, consider decreasing Highlight and Shadow by one to compensate. Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. After a minute or so in Lightroom I get the enhanced image I wanted. Base Settings. :) / Jan. Those who appreciated the softness of f/2 on the older models will appreciate using minus Clarity on the new model. I set my lens to f/2, it’s widest setting and leave it there. I need at least 1/80th second to get a sharp image because I’m not as steady as some shooters etc. Hi Damien, I find that minus Clarity is better when skin is involved, but you can use plus Clarity for more dramatic portraits, although I’d limit it to no higher than +3, unless you’re trying to accentuate something like wrinkled skin and a greying beard, in which case up to +5 might be acceptable. I never use lens caps so the lens hood affords the lens a bit more protection. Any thoughts on sharpness would be most appreciated. I think you’re perfectly fine selecting any of the Clarity options, but for portraits I’d consider using minus Clarity, unless you’re want a dramatic portrait look. Do you know how to sort this out please? For example, if you prefer Fuji’s classic film tones, you can change the WB shift to -2 Red to enhance the greens. Am shooting AF-S and doesn’t seem to make much difference between having the “Corrected AF Frame” on or off…, Help – any light you can shed on the situation? LG Thomas. Cute doesn’t even begin to describe this instrument of image making. It has certainly been a recession beater, and according to Clarkson, far more successful than the other ‘revival’ cars like the VW Beetle, and the BMW Mini. Portrait photographers might especially appreciate selecting a minus Clarity option, and somewhere in the range of -2 to -5 seems to be nice. I just love this camera now! Ian, thanks for a very informative and enlightening article on setting up the X100F for street photography. At about 900 lux and above it is fine for focus, reframe and shoot work. Too too tempting…. It actually first appeared on the X-Pro3, and it's also on the new X-T4, but the X100V is the first camera that I've used with it. In the manual Fujifilm states that Clarity increases or decreases “definition” while minimally altering highlights and shadows. What exactly Clarity does with each software is slightly different, but the gist of it is that it increases mid-tone contrast, while (mostly) leaving the highlights and shadows untouched. It is for this reason I have always found compact cameras to be frustrating with slow start up times coupled with slow and inaccurate auto focus. I like shooting in Aperture Priority mode. Thanks Lloyd. ( Log Out /  The X100 changed the way I took pictures and is my favourite camera that I’ve ever owned. It’s the unthreatening and unobtrusive nature of the camera that allows me a more candid interaction with my subjects. The X100 is very intuitive, I don’t fiddle with the settings, I just take pictures. Kind regards, I’m glad it’s not just me that likes less rather than more. This makes the image appear more contrasty while not blocking up shadows or blowing out highlights. The X100 instills a great deal of confidence in me when I’m shooting simply because it nails focus every time. The hardware is only capable of maximum ISO 1600. Fuji’s Standard/Provia film simulation looks great on its own, and I … I set the base ISO at 400 because the shots at ISO400 are so stunning there seems no reason to go lower. I’m always very happy whenever Fujifilm gives us new JPEG options, as it allows me to  more accurately achieve the look that I’m after in-camera. On the other side, +5 Clarity is definitely too much for some circumstances, particularly portraits. I’ve set my programable Fn button to be a quick access to the ND facility. I like the fact that I can grab this camera and head out with a model and shoot anywhere, wander downtown and duck into buildings to shoot in interesting hallways or staircases etc without drawing tons of attention. Vielen Dank Deine Ausarbeitung! I switch between them as they are both excellent. These settings gradually increase the amount of detail visible in the shadow and highlight areas, with the side-effect of more noise appearing in the image. For everything else adding a little Clarity helps the picture to pop more. Let’s take a look at some examples to see what exactly this new feature does to photographs. It’s easy when you know how” Damien Lovegrove. Those who want to add just a little more punch to their pictures will like using plus Clarity. If I want to lock the focus I just switch it to manual. What is the battery life like? If you’ve ever done RAW processing, you’ve probably seen a Clarity tool within your software of choice. Your shots from the diner definitely gave me a nudge towards my purchase :) While its not going to have me leaving my 5DMKII at home for most of my bigger shoots it will still have its place. It can be fooled by high contrast background but it’s obvioius when this happens. I did my research carefully and after more than a fair amount of pixel peeping it was fairly easy for me to identify the Fujifilm X100 as my next camera. This page can be viewed from smartphones and tablets. I’m experimenting at the moment with the settings you chose for the X-100. I have ordered one, a week ago, but here in Denmark where i live, it is out of stock for the moment, :-(, I wonder, you wrote; “Subsequent shoots with the fuji have highlighted a few focussing weaknesses but I’ve learned how to overcome those so”, Captured even the reflected hint of the photoshoot in the metal bedknob :). Fujifilm X100V Key Features: I’d say the X100 is not as good as a Nikon D700 or D3 by a very long way at focussing in low light. I take it with me virtually everywhere. It’s a useful tool. This post is about neither of those magic bits of kit it is about a compact camera. Even +2 might be pushing it in this case, although the results are acceptable in my book. Just Stunning. The Fujifilm X100V has three dynamic range settings - 100% (on by default), 200%, and 400% - and an Auto setting if you want to let the camera take control. Overall I can’t really tell enough of a difference to warrant the added processing time so I keep forgetting it’s there. You can even tone B&W video. Just love the legs in the bath. Fun is the right word. Please “stop” this tempting article…, As for the picture, I love the lady on the couch for the rich background and your “signature” piramyd pose…. I’ve seen posts where photographers state their favorite settings such as “I always shoot on manual in black and white,” but I’ve found it very instructive to take advantage of the camera’s many features. Perhaps the best-looking camera from Fujifilm but does it really matter or will aesthetics make a difference? The small, retro camera is one of the best portrait cameras I’ve ever used. Would you say this is a good camera for travel images? I can’t seem to get any sharp or crisp photos however depit appearing in focus. At the moment I import and select the RAW files in Photo Mechanic discarding the jpegs. Rob. The shutter speed dial is set to A and that is it. In step #5: Basic needs that guide how You set up your Fuji X100F for street photography you mention using ‘back button focusing’ a lot. While the exact specifications vary between the particular models, all of these 10 tips apply to all of the current Fuji cameras, from the X-Pro 2 to the X70. Over the years I I have finally sussed out how to set the X100 for my way of shooting. Will keep an eye on the blog as I am sure it will not be long before you are tinkering with some off camera flash. Something that I need to point out is that when Clarity is set to anything other than 0, it takes the camera longer to save the file. Thank you! To quote Clarkson’s description of the Fiat 500 “It is cheeky, non threatening without being pathetic. The screen showed a perfectly exposed photo. The left-and-right option is called “MG” for magenta/green; plus is … Every now and then a bit of photographic kit comes along that changes the way I see and capture my world. The Fujifilm X100V has a new feature called Clarity. Outside of portraits, I like adding Clarity, and I find that +2 or +3 is a good range for me. Thank you! Could you tell me if you use the flash and how to set it! However, the X100 has a fixed 23mm lens (35mm equivalent on full frame) that is perfectly matched to the sensor. 2. Going to New York in December and will use it with your settings all the way! LUMEN – “I shot this feature film length video to show you how I use flash on location. If not your camera has a fault. Which SD cards are you using. The EX1 might be as good once the 23mm f/1.4 lens is available. I came across one of your initial posts about the X100 when I was sitting on the fence about buying one. Stop it Damien! I might eventually add a film grain look too. Too much Clarity can often make a picture look unnatural and “over baked”. That helps, I thought I’d got some settings wrong on the X100. Filmmakers needing extreme colour fidelity can record 10-bit, 4:2:2 colour externally via the HDMI port and leverage Fujifilm’s advanced colour reproduction technology, to apply Film Simulations, like Eterna, to their video footage. The flash for example is only available with the mechanical shutter, as are some very high speed shooting modes. So I am guessing that probably the best way to work will be manual focus, with the AFL as needed but use EVF rather than OVF for anything less than 2-3 meters away…, We all have our own way of focussing. However bear in mind that recording is limited to 10min / clip. Snap it up now. I love the clean look of Neopan 400 film and the gritty look of it’s sister 1600 emulsion. Power Management If I leave the camera on, I want it to stay on for as long as possible before shutting itself off. I do perservere with Lightroom though because I love the gradient tool, the noise supression, and the brush tool etc. So I rethought my method of shooting and because I’m a problem solver by nature, there was a burning desire to make this camera work for me. It can change lives :), Damien ty for a most excellent discussion. Save up to 7 sets of custom camera settings for commonly-encountered situations. Finally I get really really great photos. Even with my original X100, I can just change the setting to macro mode and it takes close-up pics just fine. Fujifilm x100v Review The Fujifilm x100v is the latest offering from Fujifilm in the popular x100 series of cameras. I started to get to know my X100 by using the shooting mode that I am most familiar with; full manual exposure combined with auto focus. have recently purchased the x100,,,, great camera,,. Download it here. The Fuji X100 is my camera that is most accurate at focussing. There are a great many compact cameras out there but none other seems to quite have the winning combination of the Fujifilm X100. FUJIFILM X100V Owner’s Manual. It has a large APS sized 12mp sensor. I’ve lost some great shots that can’t be saved. Über eine Erweiterung der Kontrast Funktion um 0.5 Schritte würde ich mich auch mit der Xpro3 freuen. 100% coverage. ... [USER SETTING]) The Setup Menus ([SOUND SETTING]) The Setup Menus ([SCREEN SETTING]) The Setup Menus ([BUTTON/DIAL SETTING]) Thanks for a great review! Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. The Jpegs this little camera produces are sublime. 1. But the thing is, it is not because the X100T doesn’t have a software to select how you are shooting, if automatic, shutter speed priority, aperture priority, or manual. aaaaaaaaagh I really want one! The focus is set to centre zone and I focus then reframe my Fuji X100. It’s not just the excellent technical specification sheet that gives this camera a place in my life. You are right, when faced with a well lit and composed scene virtually any camera can make a pleasing capture. I’m very happy using the Fuji at f/2 all the time. NEWS: If you’ve just migrated to the Fuji X system or would like some vital tuition on how to best set up your Fuji X system camera, take a look at my Fuji X training days here. which I have tried but still not too shrp. I ventured into colour this week and here are some of my first colour frames. Buy the Silver x100v on Amazon - https://amzn.to/39QUjxd Buy the Black x100v on Amazo Fujifilm X100V Silver   Amazon   B&H. Select the IMAGE QUALITY SETTING tab, then highlight EDIT/SAVE CUSTOM SETTING and press MENU/OK.. In this respect, the camera is designed to work like old mechanical SLRs and rangefinders, so it’s set on automatic if the both the aperture ring and the shutter speed ring are positioned on the red A, on ap… If we want the camera image we need to use the jpeg. It works very well indeed. Fujifilm X100V Black    Amazon   B&H I love the look of the little camera, I also love the results in the right hands in produces. Whereas the X100F goes up to 1080p and 60fps, the X100V can record 4K and DCI 4K up to 30p, as well as 2K up to 60p. Optical and electronic viewfinder. 1,620,000 dot TFT. Yours is some of the nicest work I’ve seen with the Fujifilm X100. I’m told its a useful fill light. It is a pin sharp lens and my shot success rate is way higher than my SLR. Auto ISO Settings I use Auto ISO all the time when shooting natural light so setting this up is a must 7. I must admit the little Fuji camera blew me away at first with it’s speed of focussing and shooting. Fuji X100 series has been on the market for ten years now. The X100V supports Fujifilm's touchscreen gestures – which let you swipe in one of four directions to bring up menus – but you can't do this while wearing gloves. Hi Damien I like the idea of having a Clarity option on my Fujifilm camera, but I was really unsure of how it would look. I appreciate the suggestion! The X100 is a great leap forward on that score but still not quite at the response time of the top DSLRs. 4. Please feel free to comment or add your own experiences with the Fuji X100 below. I will share the others in their own post just as soon as they are edited. Is it actually a good tool? Since then we’ve seen the X100 series evolve into the masterpiece that I think is the X100F. First of all I hope you are enjoying your X100. Before deciding to go with the Fuji I considered the far more expensive Leica X1 and the cheaper smaller sensor alternatives from Olympus and Panasonic. Hi Didit, I am seeing some strange things happening with focussing – I can take 3 shots in a row of same model and 1 will be great and 2 out of focus. Cheers, Damien. All rights reserved. 1.5:1 aspect ratio. I was not expecting such a useable package. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. While I mostly use the Raw files, I do occasionally use Jpegs straight from the camera. Socket for standard threaded cable release in the shutter button on top. PB. 6. Ich schätze deine freundlichen Worte. Hi Damien, I’m one of the lucky ones to own the x100 (went into the shop to get the canon 100mm 2.8 Macro…came out with a new camera!) Any help you have would be greatly appreciated. I suggest you try them all and see what works best for you :), Loving the site and your candid, true to life commentary. bigger. I always use the small box focussing method and I find focus reframe works well for me. What was your technique. :) Damien. After half an hour playing with the Fuji X100V photographing buildings and passing cars I saw a couple sitting and kissing – that would be the perfect moment to test the portrait capabilities of the camera. This shot shows the aluminium lens hood I bought on Ebay. Magic is another that seems to fit. It operates similarly to any other Fujifilm flip screen, but unlike th… I’ve devoted a small section of my website to it. Technique is a personal thing. It’s fab quality and I often struggle to get as good a mix using Lightroom. Some shooters use manual focus and set focus with the AFL button then just shoot away (assuming the subject to camera distance stays the same). The combination of the perfect focal length for portraits, lightness, image stabilisation, a pin sharp image even wide open and the ability to get right in close is a winning formula for successful portrait making. Because Clarity often adds micro-contrast (contrast to fine lines), it can make an image appear to be sharper and more finely detailed than it actually is. The X100 has become just about my favorite camera. Thank you for the wonderful feedback. The X100 should and does deliver super crisp images wide open at f/2. I set my parameters to max out the ISO at 1600, although 3200 is still fairly useable, and a minimum shutter speed of 1/60th. You come away from a shoot not wanting to put it down. The Fujifilm X100V has a new feature called Clarity. I was wondering if this is a good option as a travel camera in Asia. Hi Sean, This little Fuji captures everything. Btw gorgeous work. CEO Damien Lovegrove. It took time and above all willingness to change the way I work and now I’ve been rewarded with a renewed vigour and passion for photography. Some people (myself included) appreciated the softness of f/2 on the old X100 series lens for artistic effect, but the X100V is tack sharp across the board at all apertures. Maybe you use it all of the time, maybe you’ve never touched it. It is super accurate though and I get more ‘in focus’ pictures with my Fuji X100 at f/2 than I do with my Canon 50mm f/1.2 at f/2.8 on my 5Dmk2. I also love the green filter monochrome setting too :), Damien, The X100V has a classic tilting mechanism that goes up and down (2-ways) and is found on many digital cameras. I love to take a minimalist approach at times. I do a lot of concert coverage from the front of the state in the pit, mostly and wonder how the X100 would do with that. Had a struggle removing the threaded bezel to fit my eBay adapter and hood, but apart from that having a blast so far. Have tried my SB 800 with the sc29 and have been getting some good results at 1/2000 in bright sunlight. A simple one light portrait taken on an ‘Into The Light’ workshop using the Fuji X100. Originally I came up with this recipe when I was using a X-T20, but since then I’ve also owned a X-Pro1 which didn’t have Classic Chrome available, and now I’m using a X-Pro3 which has the amazing new Classic Negative.

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