Thursday, November 22, 2012

Fujifilm XF-1 Advanced Mode Samples

The recently released Fujifilm XF-1 has many new features packed into its tiny frame.  They are a nice option to use to add creative effects to your photographic experience.  Coupled with its 2/3" sensor it shares with the X10 and X-S1, the XF1 is an attractive and capable camera.

I first mentioned the XF-1 in a post a while back -

Here I am illustrating the many modes you can dial in to change up a scene to your liking.

Toy Camera

Pop Color
  High Key

Dynamic Tone
Partial Color - RED
 Partial Color - Orange - tiny orange areas

Partial Color - Yellow- slight yellow areas

 Partial Color - Green - no green in the shot

Partial Color -Blue - not the best sample since the haze messed with color
  Partial Color - Purple  - no purple in the scene today

Panorama in 120 or 180 or 360 degrees
Multiple Exposure Mode

General Scene Capture

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  1. Teacher5:08 PM

    It's a 2/3" sensor, not 1/2/3" sensor. Get it right.

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  3. Heii, cool photos, at what setting does it have the Multiple Exposure Mode? And how do You think the Fujifilm X10 has one too? If it has all the other new effects via newest firmware update.. :)

  4. Awesome and nice thing I found here.


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