More High ISO Photos With The Fuji X-Pro1

High ISO photos With The Fuji X-Pro1:

This is a quick post.  I thought I’d share some photos taken at night with the Fuji X-Pro1.  We all know that the X-Pro1 has great high ISO capability but this is to show you the high ISO capability in more real world use.  If you want a more controlled test, you can check out my post about the high ISO capability of the Fuji X-Pro1.  I’m actually really enjoying using this camera, and haven’t had significant issues with it other than the ones that I mentioned in my Fuji X-Pro1 review.

What else?  I will be posting an XF 18mm F2.0 R lens review very soon.  I’m still writing it, and I want to add a few more photos to it.  I know the XF 35mm F1.4 R lens is the favorite for the X-Pro1 system but the 18mm is no slouch.  I really like what it offers, and like the 35mm, I find this lens also a great one lens kit for the X-Pro1.  I will also be comparing the X-Pro1 with two other cameras so please stay tuned for that.

For now, check out some shots I took around Chinatown at night with the Fuji X-Pro1 and the XF 18mm F2.0 R lens.  I shot a couple at 1600 ISO, and then I pumped it up to 6400 ISO.  All photos are jpegs that are straight out of the camera with no photoshopping.  There is still no RAW compatibility with Adobe Camera Raw yet.  All settings on the camera were set to default.  If any of you want to see something specific, please feel free to comment on the bottom as comments are always welcomed.  Thanks for stopping by!

↑ This was shot at 1600 ISO at F2.0.  Detail is still great at this ISO setting.

↑ Here is a 100% crop of the photo above.

↑ Here is another photo shot at 1600 ISO at F2.0.

↑ Here’s a 100% crop of the photo above.

↑ I finally cranked up the ISO to 6400.

↑ The blacks and detail are still pretty good for 6400 ISO.

↑ Photo shot at 6400 ISO at F2.0.  Maybe there is better out there but the detail on the Mercedes is pretty amazing!  

↑ Here’s a 100% crop to give you a better look at some of the detail at 6400 ISO.

↑ Shot at 6400 ISO.

↑ 100% crop of the photo above.

↑ Last photo shot at 6400 ISO.  Detail and color are still great at such high ISO.  The truth is, I find it hard to use such high ISO but they great thing about it is that you can shoot at smaller apertures if you need too.  Again, these are all jpegs straight out of the camera with no photoshopping.

↑ 100% crop of the photo above.

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