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Fujifilm FinePix X100 Landscape Sample Photos

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Category: Compact Cameras
Product: Fujifilm X100
Price: £200.00
Rating: 4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5

Fujifilm FinePix X100 Landscape Sample Photos - Here are some of the sample photos we took with the new Fujifilm FinePix X100 at different apertures.

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Fujifilm FinePix X100 Front

Read our full Fujifilm FinePix X100 Review - due to a number of forum questions, we've decided to add a number of sample photos taken at the range of aperture settings, from f/2.0  to f/16, outdoors, taking landscape shots. If you have any further questions you'd like to ask please ask in the X100 forum.

The X100 features a mechanical aperture ring surrounding the lens, which makes it very easy to change the aperture quickly. However, the mechanical ring does not have a direct mechanical link to the aperture blades, and the aperture blades are under electronic control of the camera, this means that there can be a delay in response to the changes you have made. I found that I would very quickly take one shot after another, and while the camera was writing to the memory card (shooting RAW+JPEG), it would let me take another shot, but would not recognise the aperture change until it had finished writing some of the previous photos to memory. This meant I was often unsure whether the camera had recognised my changes. This is a shame, especially as using the camera feels like you are mechanically changing the settings. This was using firmware 1.00, and it's possible that this may have been fixed or improved in the updated firmware.

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Fujifilm FinePix X100 Trees f/2.0 Fujifilm FinePix X100 Trees f/2.8
453 - f/2.0, 1/550, ISO200 454 - f/2.8, 1/280, ISO200
Fujifilm FinePix X100 Trees f/4.0 Fujifilm FinePix X100 Trees f/8
456 f/4.0, 1/150, ISO200 457 - f/8, 1/38, ISO200
Fujifilm FinePix X100 Trees f/11
458 f/11, 1/17, ISO200  

Trees above - showing f/2.0 - f/11 - excluding f/5.6 - this is where I changed the aperture ring to f/5.6 took the photo, but the camera was still electronically set to f/4.0 instead of the correct setting of f/5.6. 456 is the sharpest at f/4.0.

436, f/2.0, 1/600, ISO200, NDF on 435, f/2.8, 1/280, ISO200, NDF on
434, f/4.0, 1/1000, ISO200, NDF off 433, f/5.6, 1/500, ISO200, NDF off
432, f/8, 1/250, ISO200, NDF off 431, f/11, 1/125, ISO200, NDF off
430, f/16, 1/60, ISO200, NDF off  

ND filter switched on for the first two photos shown above. Of these there is little noticable difference in the photos, apart from 430 f/16 looking the softest of them, and 431 the shapest (just!) at f/11.

Landscape f2.0 Landscape f2.8
508, f/2.0, 1/200, ISO200, NDF on 510 f/2.8, 1/750, ISO200, NDF off
Landscape f8  
514 f/8, 1/85, ISO200, NDF off  

Again, this was a series of shots taken, changing the aperture ring between each shot, however the camera only changed the aperture setting on three of the seven photos. f/8 shows the deepest depth of field (as you would expect), and f/2.0 is the softest of this set (although only slightly). The ND filter was switch on for the first shot.

Trees f4.0 Trees f5.6
470, f/4.0, 1/250, ISO200 474, f/5.6, 1/210, ISO400
Trees f8 Trees f11
473, f/8.0, 1/110, ISO400 472, f/11, 1/56, ISO400
Trees f16  
471, f/16, 1/28, ISO400  

Trees. f/8.0 is the sharpest with the image sharp throughout the frame, right into the corners of the image, and f/16 is the softest.

Landscape f2.0 Landscape f2.8
479, f/2.0, 1/240, ISO200, NDF on 480, f/2.8, 1/850, ISO200, NDF off
Landscape f4 Landscape f5.6
481, f/4.0, 1/420, ISO200, NDF off 482, f/5.6, 1/210, ISO200, NDF off
Landscape f8 Landscape f11
483, f/8.0, 1/105, ISO200, NDF off 484, f/11, 1/52, ISO200, NDF off
Landscape f16  
485, f/16, 1/25, ISO200, NDF off  

In the centre of the image, thankfully, the brown Alpaca stayed still throughout, and f/5.6 looks to be the "sweet spot" for this camera, with the shapest results in this test. 485 f/16 looks to be the softest. Overall we can see the sharpest results are when the aperture is set to between f/4.0 and f/11.

For more sample photos and to see our full verdict, read our full Fujifilm FinePix X100 Review - or feel free to ask a question in the X100 forum.

Lexar memory was used in this review.

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