Friday, March 09, 2012

Fujifilm X-Pro1 ISO Ranges 200-3200

I've been meaning to shoot something halfway interesting on a range of ISO's so here is my attempt at 200-3200.  I'm really impressed by the performance at 3200!  I think the 16MP X-Trans CMOS performs extremely which is a great feature of the camera to utilize.   I've been doing some daytime shooting at ISO 3200 and the results are excellent. 
I saw that the tech blogs are lighting up as cameras are shipping overseas.  As stated in January the X-Trans CMOS is outperforming many of the top FF CCD's on the market.  Of course we are all waiting for a refresh of many of those models so this time on top will be challenged soon and that's what makes the digital photography market so exciting now.
As we are seeing in images streaming in from around the world the X-Pro1 has a beautiful CMOS, great internal processing and makes wonderful images.


Here is the ISO scale (with the moonrise coming up behind the buildings).  The exposures range from 6 seconds to 0.4 seconds at F/8.0:
These images were shot with the 35mm lens on the X-Pro1.
ISO 200



ISO 400
ISO 800

ISO 1600

ISO 3200
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6 comments:

  1. Anonymous4:50 PM

    tripod.

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  2. Anonymous7:00 PM

    Is it a CCD or a CMOS sensor?

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  3. CMOS = good point - I used the CCD as a generic term for sensor. updated - thanks

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  4. happy you posted these photos, man. they're so much better than the samples on the official site.

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  5. Hi there,

    The more it goes, the more it looks like this is a very impressive camera...
    Thanks for showing these.

    Have a good day.

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  6. Anonymous8:20 PM

    Thanks for the samples. Very impressive at ISO 3200. Out of interest which lens were these taken with?

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