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First images with the tiny XF1 and its 2/3” x-trans sensor. I love it! This camera is serving its purpose already, as I had it in my shorts pocket while I walked Nacho down the street to the local dog park.
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Great little cameras, we've had a couple. Prone to lens failure errors though. Treat it gently.
 

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Recently picked up a X100V for bike touring and pack light trips. Really liking it so far.

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Fujifilm X-S10 with 35mm f1.4 lens, slightly cropped.

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X-T4 XF50-140mm f2.8 R LM OIS WR + 1.4x 196mm f/6.4 1/680s ISO 200
Very sharp even with the 1.4 TC
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Went for a wander around the Belton Estate yesterday, a beautiful morning but the place was far too busy for my liking (Ok, I'm a grumpy, selfish b*gger at times). Took the X-Pro1 though, and set the camera to standard Provia, shooting jpeg only, DR set to auto and snapped away. Basically, letting the camera do the work...

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XT-3 with 16-55mm f/2.8 downloaded to LightRoom, edited and then hit with the Enhance Details feature. Enhance Details definitely made the trees sharper but not so much the mountains. This was shot at f/11, does defraction occur at f/11 on APSC sensors?

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That's a very close fox! Nicely shot. How do you find the IBIS using an unstabilised lens compares with a mu43 equivalent?

Posted an IBIS comparison in another thread, quoted below. It is very close, the GX80 with 20mm might edge it but it is very usable.

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I've only completed a very quick unscientific test on the IBIS. GX80 with 20mm (40mm FoV) vs X-S10 with 23mm lens (35mm FoV). Shooting a book from about half a meter, standing up on a soft carpet floor.

Both cameras could produce some keepers at around 0.2 / half a second.

Panasonic really nailed IBIS a long time ago, while it benefits from a smaller sensor, the camera is 5 years older. I'm unable to conclude if one is better or if they are the same. What I can say, is that the Fujifilm with the larger sensor appears to have a very usable IBIS. I'll try and test it a bit more in the real world.
 

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Posted an IBIS comparison in another thread, quoted below. It is very close, the GX80 with 20mm might edge it but it is very usable.
Thank you, that's good to know. Of the Fujifilm models, this is the one which I'm still considering as a probable, one-day purchase, as I feel more comfortable with the PSAM dial format.
 

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The Strait, Lincoln:

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First chance to get out and play with my new X-H1.

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P.S. I'm not totally sure why the ISO was at 800 in this shot. Gonna have to dig into those Auto ISO settings.
 
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Velvia simulation, lightly edited in LR mobile.

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First chance to get out and play with my new X-H1.

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P.S. I'm not totally sure why the ISO was at 800 in this shot. Gonna have to dig into those Auto ISO settings.

The ISO setting might be down to having 'Auto DR' selected. The camera bumps the ISO up in the shadows to compensate, and to reach 400% DR, it needs to be at ISO 640 or above (ISO 320 for 200% DR). There's a great YouTube video by Chris of Pal2Tech explaining how it works.

Nice camera the X-H1, much more solid than the X-T2 and whilst the IBIS is nowhere near as good as OlyPan, it is effective. :)
 

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The ISO setting might be down to having 'Auto DR' selected. The camera bumps the ISO up in the shadows to compensate, and to reach 400% DR, it needs to be at ISO 640 or above (ISO 320 for 200% DR). There's a great YouTube video by Chris of Pal2Tech explaining how it works.

Nice camera the X-H1, much more solid than the X-T2 and whilst the IBIS is nowhere near as good as OlyPan, it is effective. :)
I suspect you've nailed the explanation. To be honest, while I saw the Dynamic Range setting while perusing the menus I had almost no idea of how it worked. As such, I had set it to "Auto" until I had time to dig into it.

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Castle Square, not often this quiet (taken around 8am):

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