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FUJIFILM FINEPIX X100 CAMERA DRIVER
The camera will automatically switch from the rear screen to the viewfinder thanks to the eye-sensor detecting your eye when next to the viewfinder. These images were taken directly through the viewfinder, click to enlarge.
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The rear screen can be used as an information display much like a Digital SLR, or used as a live viewfinder, as shown below. The live view rear screen can be customised to show an electronic level, focusing distance and more information.
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A live histogram is also available, as well as a 9 line grid shown24 line grid or HD Information rear screen Normal rear screen Custom rear screen Fujifilm FinePix X100 Camera The menus are split into three main areas: Shooting colour coded redSetup colour coded blueand Playback colour coded green. There are four screens of shooting options, six screens of setup options, and three screens of playback options. The menu highlight colour can be Fujifilm FinePix X100 Camera. Front Rear Helping to keep the image quality high is the X's fixed 23mm lens.
Fujifilm revealed quite early on that they opted for a fixed lens rather than an interchangeable system to deliver the best images possible from the sensor, and although this will undoubtedly put many prospective users off the camera, we feel it's a worthwhile compromise. Instead of relying on a zoom lens, the X forces Fujifilm FinePix X100 Camera to get up close and personal with whatever or whoever you're photographing, adding a level of intimacy to your photographs that is often missing when shooting with a zoom.
You do have to delve into the menu system to turn this on, or map it to the Fn button on top of the camera, although that control is already handily assigned to the ISO speed. The ND filter can also be used to creatively slow down the shutter speed for shooting bright, fast-moving subjects like waterfalls.
Despite having a fixed focal lens, the X still offers Fujifilm FinePix X100 Camera respectable close focusing distance of 10cms, so macro shooting certainly isn't out of the question. There is one small fly in the ointment though.
Normal focusing is from 80cms to infinity, so if you want to get closer to your subject than that and still be able to auto-focus, you have to select the Macro mode, which in turn prohibits the use of Fujifilm FinePix X100 Camera optical viewfinder, instead relying on the electronic one. You then have to turn off the Macro mode to return to normal focusing beyond 2ms.
FinePix X (Discontinued Model) Fujifilm Global
It's not the steps that you have to go through that's problematic, but the 80cm distance, which you'll often find yourself on the cusp of when grabbing a candid shot, especially if you're trying to fill the 35mm angle of view. Seasoned street photographers will completely circumvent this by manual focusing, but it is annoying for us mere mortals who rely on auto-focusing. Talking of which, the Fujifilm Finepix X's auto-focusing speed isn't exactly the quickest in the world, especially if yoiu're used to shooting with a DSLR. Compact users will be well-used to the contrast-detection system that the X also employs, but DSLR owners accustomed to the quick reactions of their phase-detection cameras will likely find the perceptible delay of Fujifilm FinePix X100 Camera X as it locks onto the subject slightly annoying.
Again, more experienced users will opt for pre-focusing manually to be able to react in the quickest way possible, while for the rest of us the slightly sluggish AF speed is a mere blemish in the X's performance, rather than a complete showstopper as with the Leica X1. Side Front Manual focusing is activated by setting the focusing switch on the side of the camera to Manual and using the ring that encircles the lens to focus. The X has an electronically coupled focus-by-wire manual focusing ring, rather than a physical one, which in practice is less responsive both in terms of feel and speed.
FinePix X100 (Discontinued Model)
It takes a lot of turns to focus from 0. There's a handy blue distance scale along the bottom of the viewfinder both the OVF and EVF and on the LCD screen if you're using that for composition, with Fujifilm FinePix X100 Camera red bar indicating the the focusing distance and a white bar showing the depth of field, which actually changes in line Fujifilm FinePix X100 Camera the current aperture - very handy. You can press this in to magnify the view in the electronic viewfinder, with the ability to then pan around the frame by pressing the AF button and spinning the command dial.
This makes it much easier to judge precise focusing. To make the camera even less obtrusive, there's a Silent menu option which turns off the speaker, flash, AF-assist lamp and most importantly the articially-created shutter-release sound, instantly making the X perfectly suited to candid photography. Fujifilm FinePix X100 Camera Fujifilm Finepix X offers not one, not two, but three ways of composing your images. In addition to the high-resolution 2.
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