( Log Out /  Copyright info: Fill in your information in case you lose your camera or it gets stolen. Great help. Fujifilm X100F. shadows 0, highlights 0, sharpening 0, etc) and use Lightroom to apply any simple changes I want. I set my X100F to On/Off Switch (S) to get the latter behavior, since I don’t like holding down the button in order to lock autofocus. Good night! AE/AF-L Lock Mode: Determines whether the AEL/AFL button must be held down continually in order to lock your settings, or whether it locks after one press and stays until you press the button a second time. This can be set up to control the ISO, the Exposure Compensation, or both. I shoot in RAW plus Fine jpeg. By default, holding it down locks exposure and focus. . No, not a mistake at all. Large Indicators Display Setting: Pick which settings and icons will be increased in size when you have Large Indicators Mode turned on. AF Mode: Single Point, since it gives you the finest control for focusing in most cases. The Hybrid VF offers optical or a bright Electronic Viewfinder with 100% coverage and like other Fujifilm cameras the “what you see is what you get” functionality is awesome. Hi, Ian. That’s great. Thx for sharing and that you explain how and why. Remember, though, that these are just my settings. My goal on the street is to have the camera maintain a shutter speed fast enough to freeze movement within a given scene, by letting Auto-ISO raise the ISO as much as needed to obtain a proper exposure. Thanks. The desired results may not be achieved at low values if they exceed the limits of the flash control system; take a test shot and check the results. Travel is about portability and the X100F form factor ticks all the boxes, with its size and weight making it a perfect companion in every setting. The X100F lets you choose different file names for sRGB and Adobe RGB images. Cheers. It simply shows your focusing points, which some photographers will find helpful and others distracting. Interlock Spot AE & Focus Area: On, since it means that your metering system (when using spot metering) bases its reading upon the focus point, not a small point in the center of your frame. This configuration works well for me and lets me keep my focus on everything happening around me on the street. Regarding the highlight tone,shadow and sharpness and noise reduction settings are these something to experiment with when using Acros R. I think each of us should experiment with things like highlight, shadow, etc. Hi Ian This setting controls whether you want to focus continuously as you hold down the button, or just once. Not being well heeled enough for a Leica, the Fuji is ideal. Only relevant when aperture, shutter speed, and ISO are all set manually. Since the imaging pipeline between X-Pro 2 and X100F is now essentially identical (a few firmware quirks like the lack of C-AF settings and inability to name custom settings notwithstanding), it came down to other factors. There is now the new front Command Dial. At that point, isn’t it more useful to set ISO in that range and then change the shutter speed manually depending on the scene? As you so aptly demonstrate, what a great camera. Use ‘custom settings’. One of these Film Simulations is called Velvia, named after Fujifilm's most popular color transparency (slide) film. Displays on the rear LCD and EVF the JPEG-only settings that you chose in the Image Quality menu. I am left eyed and the X100f is probably the most comfortable camera I have ever used as the viewfinder is on the extreme left of the camera which gives much more room for me to access the buttons. You can buy the nicest chisel available, it won’t make you an expert woodworker. I leave it On. Ritchie Roesch has been compiling scores of custom film simulations that approximate film stocks – including stocks that went out of production decades ago. PL provides various digital photography news, reviews, articles, tips, tutorials and guides to photographers of all levels, By Spencer Cox 16 CommentsLast Updated On August 2, 2019. I’m seriously considering getting one. Master Setting: Choose a flash group for a hotshoe-mounted flash, or turn it off and light the photo entirely with off-camera flash. So let’s take a look at the settings I use. Even $100 off would be nice! If you wanted to go full manual you could control aperture from the lens, ISO from the front command dial and shutter speed from the rear one. Hey Ian, man what a great article! Hi there! Turn the rear dial to change the size of your focusing zone. My photos have been displayed in galleries worldwide, including the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History and exhibitions in London, Malta, Siena, and Beijing. I am not paid or endorsed by them, but I think it’s nice to give a shout out to people who are supporting the photography community with good products and reasonable prices. You don’t need to create these unless you are shooting JPEG, or you want to affect how the in-camera preview of images appear when you review them. Often I have to turn the camera off and on. Set it to “Off” if you don’t want any display at all, and 0.5, 1.5, or Continuous if you want some length of post-capture image display. Do set the camera for mechanical or electronic shutter or both? MF Assist: This one is down to personal preference in terms of which visual aids you prefer when focusing manually. You can adjust your personal Q menu in the “Edit/Save Quick Menu” setting in the X100F’s Set Up menu. If you want special control to only focus on the left or right eye, this is where you would do so. My pleasure John! When On, saves two copies of a photo when redeye reduction is enabled (one without the reduction applied). For many, this series has been a gateway drug into the Fujifilm X-eco system. Amazing piece of writing. It does, which is what many of us do. It lets you select the interval between shots and the total number of photos. I used the front command dial (on the front of the camera below the shutter button) on older cameras like the X-T2, X-E3, and X100F. “Default Sensitivity” is the ISO that the X100F will attempt to use. Set up the jpeg the way you like it, but also grab the RAW (I shoot compressed RAW) in case you want to make changes later. some of them are sharp some of them not sharp at all… but sometimes I get sharp pictures at 1/30…. This is a quick and easy way of contextualizing Auto ISO to the scene I am in. Large Indicators Mode (EVF/OVF): Increase the size of information displayed in the viewfinder (both OVF and EVF). View mode: Changes how the viewfinder works. None of the options they have are particularly useful for RAW photography, although if you find them valuable, you can adjust one of these settings by rotating the focusing ring on your lens. On the street, I shoot in Aperture Priority Mode and use Auto ISO (I trust the camera to determine proper exposure). This means I always need to check in between scenes to ensure I reset it to zero… something I have forgotten to do many times. This won’t be an issue for those of you who use the new versions of these lenses as they now auto-detect on the X100F, but with the older ones this is still a necessity. I’d also use the shutter dial though it’s quite stiff and ergonomically not ideal imo. The other consideration is that you can switch between the 3 Auto ISO settings using a function button, so it is very quick to do so. In true retro 35mm film camera style, you lift and turn this dial to change the ISO setting. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. In most situations I just leave it on average. You need to put the ISO dial into “A”, and you need to go into the Button Menu and tell the camera to use the front command dial for the ISO. TTL-Lock Mode: TTL Lock gives you a consistent flash exposure across several images when enabled (which must be done via a custom function button you assign). The FUJIFILM X100F features the 24.3MP X-Trans CMOS III, an APS-C sensor with no low-pass filter boasting the highest performance in the history of the X Series, as well as the X-Processor Pro high-speed image processing engine to deliver outstanding color reproduction and gradation of tones in both stills and videos with high ISO sensitivity and low noise. The way Auto ISO works is that the camera will raise your ISO to maintain your desired shutter speed, UNTIL it hits the ISO ceiling you requested. Pre-AF: This is continuous autofocus, prior to taking the photo, on the point you select. Thank you for your work! Great information on these posts about the X100F. Since you also own the “real” TCL, did you compare the results from both solutions? This is situational, however. My F arrives tomorrow – been without my T since I traded it in a couple of weeks ago. For my hands this is a better position than using the actual AEL/AFL button. I occasionally use the two conversion lenses (WCL and TCL – the original versions), so I need to be able to tell the camera that they are on (or off) without diving into the menus. Granted, most of you probably won’t buy these cameras because of the video features, but it’s nice that the specifications are there anyway. When i set AUTO ISO (6400max) with Aperture priority in 2.8 and i’m shooting in the night, the camera overwrites the minimum shutter speed and still choose long shutter exposure (like 1/4 etc.) It seems like a lot when it is all written out, but in the field it comes down to the occasional adjustment to Aperture, Exposure Compensation, or the Auto-ISO setting as needed for exposure control, occasionally switching back and forth between Classic Chrome and Acros depending on how I see a scene, and much more rarely using another feature like wifi or the Digital Tele-Converter. When it’s freezing cold, almost dark and the sleet and spray are flying, you’ll love a threaded shutter release as … Dear Mr. Cox, as I am mostly RAW shutter need your recommendation for the best program that can nicely develop and convert RAW files. If it’s disconcerting to hear no noise at all while taking pictures with the electronic shutter, such as when looking through the optical viewfinder, turn the volume to low. AF Illuminator: On, shines a light to help focus on nearby objects in dark environments. Every review I have read makes much of moving all the buttons to the right hand side to facilitate one handed shooting, but for me, the reason is much more important than that. The two years that have passed since I bought the Fujifilm X100T have seen me elevate this diminutive rangefinder-esque powerhouse from intended personal use only to frequent professional use. Consider one of my online learning options: Are you looking for a presentation for your organization / event in Vancouver (or throughout Canada)? When you have the right light you really don’t need to do a lot of post. Had a read up about and cannot quite follow if it should be on or off. Q button: Pops up a quick menu where you can change some common settings. I used these same settings on my X100F prior to the XT3 with excellent results as well, so give it a spin on your own camera. However, it can be quite spastic and distracting, so I tend to leave it off. The camera will hold f/8 and ISO 200, but can’t increase the shutter speed to compensate for the brighter light because we have manually fixed it at 1/250th. Now, let’s look at the following two examples: I enter an area that is darker. Over the years, Fujifilm's X series has become a highly refined set of tools popular with a lot of photographers across a wide range of genres. I have one question though. I’m in the camp who does like the execution of the ISO built into that top dial. When I am shooting cityscapes and landscapes, I always shoot in manual mode, as I do when I am shooting portraiture. What is your advice? Film simulations If you’re taking pictures in such a dark scene that your Max Sensitivity and Min Shutter Speed values have already been reached, the X100F will use longer shutter speeds rather than increase ISO any further. ISO Dial Setting (A): Command, which switches all ISO adjustments to the front command dial any time “A” is selected on the top ISO dial. The flash fires at the selected output regardless of subject brightness or camera settings. Compliments on an authoritative and informative site. The only camera I use a protective filter on ins my X100F. Thank for providing a starting point for the many and varied settings. The Fuji X100F is the fourth in Fuji’s line of X100 cameras – the X100, X100S, X100T, and X100F. Thank for sharing! All pictures taken with a pre-production Fuji X100F Most people might not think of the X100 series cameras as portrait or studio tools. These recommendations are very helpful for every owner of this great camera. Fujifilm X100F (16.6 oz./470g with battery and SD card, $799 new on closeout at Adorama in silver as shown or $1,299 in black, $899 in either color at B&H or $1,399 at Amazon, or about $650 used if you know How to Win at eBay). Only affects JPEGs. If I don’t do this, yes there is a response lag as I wait for it to wake up and focus. As I said, the main problem is when I go to take a quick pic the camera often gets stuck whirring about trying to focus and the result is a missed pic. Thanks for Auto Iso settings suggestions , will try those. 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. Now, let’s say I come around a corner into a super bright area. M: Manual focus, although you can still press the AEL/AFL button to autofocus – but you can’t track a subject across the frame when focusing this way. The X100F really is an amazing camera for so many reasons, isn’t it? 100% sure. This is just my way, configured to quickly access the things I need when I am shooting on the street. Change this to suit your shooting style and most frequently accessed controls. In the Button/Dial Settings, set COMMAND to ISO DIAL SETTING, or ISO DIAL SETTING (A) to COMMAND, depending on the camera. I’m inclined to shoot in Zone AF Mode, set for Multi Photometry. This is probably my least used function (tied with Wifi), but it is nice to have it quickly accessible. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. When set to Lock, you can’t move autofocus points with the joystick at all. Conversion Lens: This setting is only for cases when you are using the TCL-X100 teleconverter or WCL-X100 wide-angle converter with the X100F. I’m very excited. Are you sure it is motion blur, and not a focusing issue? It would be hard to say without seeing the images and knowing the context of how you were shooting, but it seems very strange to get motion blur at 1/2000th. I have the conversion lens selection assigned to this function button, so I can quickly tell the camera when the WCL or TCL lenses are being used. Focus ring on the lens: In manual autofocus mode, it changes focus. Here is a very nice and not so obvious jpeg setting to try (make sure to switch the camera to “FINE”): Classic Chrome, DR Auto, Highlight Tone – 2, Shadow Tone -2, Color +3, Grain Weak. But for the life of me I can’t see the option for large indicators mode on the EVF/ OVF. Cheers Dan. This will result in an overexposed photograph unless we manually adjust the shutter speed or the Aperture. AEL/AFL: This button can be programmed under “Function (Fn) Setting” in the Set Up menu. As previously mentioned I set the Aperture to f/5.6 to f/11, depending on the amount of light I have. Would this not see a safer route (with the exception of course that you can “see” the final image already….I’m not quite there yet!). Disp. Digital Tele-Conv. When photographing moving objects, you generally will want to change Sync Mode to be 2nd Curtain to capture the motion of the subject before the flash properly – the blur leading into a sharp subject. Shutter Volume: Off if you want only noises from the mechanical shutter. “Focus Check” doesn’t work in continuous servo autofocus mode, and neither does manual focus. Brilliant. If that wasn’t there I am sure there would have been damage. AF-S Priority Selection: Release. ( Log Out /  And in playback mode, push in this dial to instantly jump to a highly magnified view. It sure is!! Although it has a refined design and fairly intuitive menu, the camera’s large number of options and controls can make it overwhelming for new buyers. Surely in Lightroom or in my case MacPhun, software, I could create a template to mimic the above filters? Shutter Sound: I prefer the first sound because I find it to be the most realistic. When I want to use this feature, I drop into jpeg only and single shot mode (if needed… this is usually my default), then I can turn the Control Ring to select between 35mm, 50mm, and 70mm fields of view. I’ve it for a couple years, the first year I only used auto settings, and now I keep coming back to this learning how to use more and more of the functions. Regards Valeri Bobenkov, Recommended Camera Menu Settings for Landscape Photography, Recommended Camera Settings for Portrait Photography, Best Camera Settings for Macro Photography, Tips for Photographing the Great Conjunction. I have been speaking publicly for 25 years and currently offer the following three presentations: Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Steve. It is easy for someone who comes across this camera for the first time to be a bit confused by all the options. I do shoot manual for many things, but on the street I want to think about my camera as little as possible (maybe just adding some exposure compensation or, as mentioned above, adjusting which Auto ISO setting I use depending on how much ambient light I have). This maintains a minimum shutter speed of 1/60th, which helps keep the ISO down while still exposing the scene properly. Joystick: This is how you move autofocus points. Cheers Flash Function Setting: Main flash control. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. I read this excellent review. The X100F has the drive mode locked to the up button;  I use this to choose between single shot and burst mode depending on my needs (usually single shot). Number of Focus Points: 325 (only available in Single Point) since it gives you the most control. Great article! When I scaled back my DSLR gear, I still needed some interchangeable lens flexibility, thus the XP2 and it’s slowly expanding kit. Interval Timer Shooting: For taking timelapses. Fujifilm has what they call Film Simulations on their cameras instead of traditional JPEG settings, which are designed to mimic the look of different films. I don’t even use the Q menu, as everything I need is assigned to a button or dial, ready to go. AF-C Priority Selection: Release, same reason. Doubt began creeping in when a I did a 23mm lens shoot-out with a fellow Fujifilm shooter. ND Filter: Enables the built-in ND filter on the X100F. The remaining 20% of the time I will drop into manual focus to either pre-focus on a spot that a subject will be walking through, or, pre-focus to a given distance if I am working in tight in crowds. I've shot a lot of Velvia film over the years. This mode is more prone to errors than single servo autofocus, but it can be necessary when you’re shooting a moving subject. I use my X100F strictly for street photography, and shoot in S-Mode. Photometry: This is to adjust metering settings. I keep it On. ( Log Out /  The X100F features the latest APSC CMOS X-Trans III 24mp sensor the same as in the XT2/XP2 and delivers excellent image quality. Playback Volume: For playing back movies. Many left eye shooters have expressed the same sentiment. I’d rather let my camera perform to it’s highest level than worry about battery life, so I always keep my camera in High Performance mode. In regard to the mechanical versus electronic shutter it is really just a matter of understanding the limitations of electronic shutters. The X100F incorporates the heritage of the X100 series and the best of the latest Fujifilm cameras. Many thanks for a very interesting article. I will say though, because I haven’t shot RAW yet for any of my personal work on the X100F (as LR doesn’t support it yet)… the AWB has been really good. So, feel free to take these as a starting point, but don’t be afraid to pick different settings for yourself as needed. Output is expressed in fractions of full power, from 1/1 to 1/64. ( Log Out /  I am getting a bit lost now. As a person new to the Xseries world, this has been a wealth of information. I have this button set to cycle between the three Auto ISO modes, which I do often during the day. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. To track subjects across a smaller portion of the frame, but not just a single point, use Zone and change its size to suit your needs by pressing in the joystick and then turning the rear dial to change the size of your focusing zone. I like to shoot street and spur-of-the-moment photos. Regards. There is now a function button embedded in the OVF/EVF Lever, which I have set to Wifi. I also use Auto-ISO but choose shutter speed, normally 1/500 to 1/2000 but even with that I get motion blur (the whole frame, so its not subject movement), any tips on how to avoid this, I know I’m doing something wrong but not sure how to fix that. I almost always keep it on AF-S for single-servo autofocus, but if I am trying to track a moving subject, I occasionally switch to AF-C. Depth-of-Field Scale: When a focus indicator is displayed, either with the depth of field preview button or one of the cycles of the DISP button, this option changes what the X100F tells you is “in focus.” I recommend selecting Pixel Basis because it is more stringent. Is there a way to fix it? Corrected AF Frame: If you are in one of the modes with the electronic viewfinder, you can flip the red tab on the front of the X100F to switch between EVF (electronic viewfinder) and OVF (optical viewfinder) with a display overlay. 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