|Posted by Adrian Ainsworth on March 5, 2013 at 5:40 PM|
Above is Fuji's Provia film style, which gives a natural or standard colour rendering.
Above is Fuji's Velvia Film, which is a richer, vibrant colour render.
Above is Fuji's Monochrome film.
One of the things we like about this camera is its ability to bracket the film simulation to produce 3 renderings from one photograph and these above are our current default choices. This photograph was taken at ISO 1600, 55mm, stopped up 1/3, at F4 at a speed of 1/27, no flash. There are another 6 or so film options to choose from and all can be adjusted to personalise taste in terms of contrast, sharpness etc.
Very early days and we will put more straight out of camera shots up over the coming days, highlighting various aspects of the camera.
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