Fuji X-Pro1 High ISO Teaser:
By the way, for those who have not seen it yet, I wrote up a review of the Fuji X-Pro, and it can be found HERE. As the title says, this is just a little teaser. I will be doing a more in depth review of the high ISO capability of the Fuji X-Pro1 soon. I just couldn’t wait because I’m a bit excited at the results . As we all know, the Leica M9 isn’t a high ISO king but that’s ok because the highest I really shoot in the street is 1250 ISO, and Leica has fast lenses. I’ve been shooting with the Fuji a lot over these couple of days (lens reviews for the X-pro1 will be out soon), and I’ve been trying to test all of the features to get a feel for it. High ISO is quite frankly, amazing.
I find it a bit difficult to shoot high ISO because I’m a bit old school when it comes to that. I was brought up to always choose the lowest possible ISO that I can get away with, which is why I don’t really have many super high ISO photos from the Fuji X-Pro1. It’s a habit that’s hard to break but with results like this, that just might change . Check these photos out. I don’t know, I don’t have something like a Nikon to test right now, so I can’t tell you if something else is better but who cares? The high ISO files from the X-Pro1 are awesome. Below the photos are descriptions to tell you what settings I used. All photos were jpegs coming straight out of the camera with no photoshopping. Please stay tuned for more stuff on the X-Pro1. Once again, if you want my take on the X-Pro1, please check out my review. Thanks for stopping by, and take care!
↑ This photo was shot with the Fujinon XF 35 F1.4 lens at 2000 ISO
↑ Here is a 100% crop of the photo above to show you all a little more detail.
↑ Here’s another shot with the same lens at 2000 ISO.
↑ Here’s a 100% crop of the photo above.
↑ I used this photo above. It was shot with the 35mm at a staggering 6400 ISO! In my opinion, the results are incredible.
↑ A 100% crop of the photo above. Check it out, you can see the wipe marks on the windshield. Not only is the high ISO amazing on the X-Pro1, the lenses are definitely up to the task of resolving all the detail this sensor can absorb.
↑ Here’s another 100% crop of the photo above.