Fuji XT1 (DR) Personal Test Images

Discussion in 'Fuji X-Mount Cameras' started by gidferrer, Mar 18, 2014.

  1. gidferrer

    gidferrer FujiXspot Regular

    Mar 9, 2014
    I would like to share my experience with the DR of the X-T1. I accidentally shot 2 under exposed images (on two diff occasions) and then tried to pull the image back using ACR. This test are personal and im just sharing the experience. All I can say that this is awesome. The X-T1 is awesome.

    First off the landscape!

    FujiXT1 + XF14mm / ISO200 2.3sec @f16

    Final image: ACR +5EV / +100 Shadows / +50 NR (No enhancing)

    Nightshot: FujiXT1 / XF 14mm/ ISO250 f18 @1/4secs

    Final image: ACR +5EV / +100 Shadows / +50 NR (No enhancing)

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  2. bilzmale

    bilzmale FujiXspot Veteran

    Feb 3, 2013
    Perth, Western Australia
    Surprisingly good.
  3. woody112704

    woody112704 FujiXspot Regular

    Dec 20, 2013
    Wow, that first shot was completely black? If so that is crazy.
  4. ean10775

    ean10775 FujiXspot Top Veteran

    Feb 13, 2013
    Cleveland, OH
  5. Hyubie

    Hyubie FujiXspot Veteran

    Feb 4, 2013
    Weymouth, MA
    I thought there was a problem with the image link, so it is showing black. Until I re-read your post -- and "underexposed" is the understatement of the year so far. :biggrin:
  6. flysurfer

    flysurfer X-Pert

    Feb 1, 2013
    Rico Pfirstinger
    Typical behavior of an ISOless sensor. It's a Sony.

    Don't try this with your Canon, though.
  7. travelerjb

    travelerjb New to FujiXspot

    Mar 9, 2014
    Salt Lake City, Utah
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  8. flysurfer

    flysurfer X-Pert

    Feb 1, 2013
    Rico Pfirstinger
    Traveler, I didn't get the DR or digital push significance in your samples, can you please elaborate? :confused:

    Gidferrer, could you make the RAWs of your samples available, so that users can play with them in their own RAW converters? Those look like great files to demonstrate modern sensor technology.
  9. Nic

    Nic FujiXspot Regular

    Feb 5, 2013
    Brisbane, Australia
    The key benefit of the "ISO-less" sensor is in base ISO dynamic range because the shadows can be pushed so far. A telltale sign of this type of sensor is that it displays an almost linear relationship between dynamic range and ISO value i.e. a one stop increase in ISO = a one stop decrease in DR. A more traditional sensor like that in a Canon doesn't produce the same peak DR at base ISO but it's ISO vs DR graph is more curved. A comparison between a Canon sensor and an equivalent Sony sensor can be found in the link below (click on "Measurements" and then "Dynamic range").

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