Friday, July 26, 2013

Fujifilm X100s in Thailand

In my last blogpost from Thailand I wrote about my experiences with both the Fujifilm X100s and X-Pro1 when travelling in Thailand. I mentioned that I would post some pictures later from low light situations. So here they are, a few pictures from Hua Hin and the night market:

Fujifilm X100s, ISO 3200, f/2.8, 1/60sec.

Fujifilm X100s, ISO 2500, f/2.8, 1/60sec.

Fujifilm X100s, ISO 1250, f/4, 1/60sec.

Fujifilm X100s, ISO 3200, f/4, 1/60sec.



Fujifilm X100s, ISO 3200, f/4, 1/350sec.

Fujifilm X100s, ISO 3200, f/4, 1/30sec.
A picture from Ao Nang, Krabi. The dog is watching a movie while the owner is working:
Fujifilm X100s, ISO 3200, f/4, 1/50sec.

All shots are post processed in Lightroom 5. For some of pictures I had the camera set to Auto Iso with the slowest shutter speed at 1/60sec. I think the auto ISO worked pretty well because the light was varying a lot at the nigh market. Some shops were dark but others were pretty bright. But as you can see, on some of the pictures I just set the ISO to 3200, and the shutter speed varied from 1/30 and up to 1/350 and even 1/800. I could have easily lowered the ISO on those situations and gotten less noise. But really, the noise level at ISO 3200 on the X100s is low! Still, the auto iso is nice to have!

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