Fujifilm X-T3 & IC1805/1848

Finally Fujifilm has officially announced a new X series camera – X-T3. This looks very nice camera, at least attractive to me….

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So many powerful features. But for me, most interesting things are BSI X-Trans sensor and a new image processor. I wished it would be still produced in Japan though.

This was my last night shot by 2 generation old camera – X-T1 at my backyard. These two targets are the perfect size with 200mm f.l. and APS-C sensor. Unfortunately it was very hazy night.

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BORG 55FL F3.6 + Fuji X-T1(ISO800 & DR400 in Velvia mode) + IDAS LPS-V4-52, dithered by SS-one KODO

BTW, I start studying what film simulation mode is suitable for astro photography. I didn’t pay attention to that before. So I always took only in Velvia mode like above. But now I thought Velvia might be too vivid or color saturated. 090518a

Last night I took each one shot of Velvia, Provia and ProNeg Std. So I will try to figure out any major difference. Looks hard to compare though. I’m curious about Provia and Classic now. Or film simulation might not give us big impact since we do the image processing anyway. Let me try to see. At least Fuji DR400 should be very effective for astro.

 

 

 

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~ by tedishikawa on September 6, 2018.

2 Responses to “Fujifilm X-T3 & IC1805/1848”

  1. Hi Ted

    With X-Trans III cameras such as XT2, you can use FUJI X RAW studio to apply film simulations and other settings if an image was captured in RAW.

    https://fujifilm-x.com/in/x-stories/fujifilm-x-raw-studio-features-users-guide/

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