p.s. Regards Valeri Bobenkov, Recommended Camera Menu Settings for Landscape Photography, Recommended Camera Settings for Portrait Photography, Best Camera Settings for Macro Photography, Tips for Photographing the Great Conjunction. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. I decided that for just the social outings on this trip the X100 should be along. So I talk about composition, light and how I set my shots up during my landscape photography vlogs but I very rarely mention how I actually use the Fuji X-T2 and X-T3. I think we’ll be best of friends!! The selected option will only take effect when AF/MF SETTING > FACE/EYE DETECTION SETTING is off. I prefer “Eye Sensor,” which leaves the rear LCD enabled and only turns on the viewfinder when it senses your eye. I used the front command dial (on the front of the camera below the shutter button) on older cameras like the X-T2, X-E3, and X100F. It wasn’t working until I switched from auto to command. As you so aptly demonstrate, what a great camera. I love these types of posts which get people into someone else’s process. My 3 Auto-ISO settings are saved as follows: If I am shooting a static scene I may choose the first setting. Order the Fuji X100F at B&H Photo or Amazon.. In other words: Auto ISO works as desired until it hits your ISO ceiling, and then your shutter speed is lowered to expose the image correctly. Also, is there anywhere selling the cam less then $1699 in Canada.? AF Illuminator: On, shines a light to help focus on nearby objects in dark environments. This configuration lets me choose my Aperture, then the camera maintains the exposure by adjusting the shutter speed and the ISO as needed. You say your approach is to shoot in aperture priority and use the 3 auto iso settings at 1/60, 1/125 and 1/250-500 and switch to whichever one is appropriate. Thank you before hands for your suggestion. In most situations I just leave it on average. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. Forgot to ask, do you use AWB? I’ve always had a 35mm lens on all my cameras, definately ‘my’ focal lengthy of choice. To me, by setting a min shutter at 1/60, 1/125 and 1/250 on the auto iso setting are you not just telling the camera what shutter speed you want and letting the camera control the ISO to achieve that? I normally wouldn’t assign this feature to a function button, but you have to be in jpeg only mode to use the Digital Teleconverter. This is an important setting, and the X100F gives you the ability to set up to three different Auto ISO defaults that you can select depending upon the occasion. Here's what you need to know: the Fuji X100F is a wonderful camera.No if's, and's, or but's. I will start with your set up as it seems ideal – maybe the only thing I will change is to assign flash / FEC on to the front viewfinder section button as I like to pop fill flash on sometimes while out shooting – it’s so good with the leaf shutter. ( Log Out /  My pleasure John! Thank you, Ian! This is standard Auto ISO behaviour. Great – I just got the camera and I’m amazed by it. I've been asked a lot since the announcement for my favourite Fujifilm X100F Settings and so I thought I'd make a video overview of them. Turn the rear dial to change the size of your focusing zone. All pictures taken with a pre-production Fuji X100F Most people might not think of the X100 series cameras as portrait or studio tools. So, six years on from the X100, does the Fujifilm X100F still have that special something to get photographers excited? . The X100 series from Fuji has long been dear to my heart. Cheers for this, really helpful. Z6ii vs. Z7ii which has better tonal gradation? On the street, I shoot in Aperture Priority Mode and use Auto ISO (I trust the camera to determine proper exposure). HDMI Output Info Display: Off, or On if you want HDMI devices connected to the X100F to match the camera’s info display. In part two of this series, however, we will look at some new Fuji X100F street photography I’ve shot recently in Seattle and Vancouver using the set up described in this post). so I have no clue, maybe I press the shutter to strong and tilt the camera? Film Basis can be too relaxed about what counts as in focus versus not in focus. Thanks for the terrific article. Brilliant. The setting I use for sharpening is an amount around 100, Radius of 0.8, and Detail of 0. This is another personal preference; I was raised a Nikon shooter, so I prefer clockwise. When photographing moving objects, you generally will want to change Sync Mode to be 2nd Curtain to capture the motion of the subject before the flash properly – the blur leading into a sharp subject. Features. I also use Auto-ISO but choose shutter speed, normally 1/500 to 1/2000 but even with that I get motion blur (the whole frame, so its not subject movement), any tips on how to avoid this, I know I’m doing something wrong but not sure how to fix that. I am interested in getting into photography/street photography and have been reading various articles about it. The camera will hold f/8 and ISO 200, but can’t increase the shutter speed to compensate for the brighter light because we have manually fixed it at 1/250th. Preview Exposure/White Balance in Manual Mode: Preview EXP/WB, so that you see a preview on the rear LCD and EVF of how bright the photo will be after taking it. The easiest way is to place your camera in Manual Focus mode using the switch on the side of the body, and then use the AF-L button (or, whatever button you have AF-L assigned to) to lock focus for you. “Max Sensitivity” is the highest ISO value that the X100F will use, no matter what. Thanks for Auto Iso settings suggestions , will try those. I only use the electronic shutter in select circumstances. The Hybrid VF offers optical or a bright Electronic Viewfinder with 100% coverage and like other Fujifilm cameras the “what you see is what you get” functionality is awesome. MF Assist: This one is down to personal preference in terms of which visual aids you prefer when focusing manually. 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You have the entire exposure triangle, plus Exposure Compensation, completely at your fingertips with tactile knobs. I will not use this feature if I can shoot without it (as I do notice a very small amount of image degradation), but it is a nice option to have in a pinch. (Note:  This is a gear post, through and through. Steve. I’m waiting for the 55-200 to complete the kit. Thanks for this post. Every time I post a photo, like the one at the top of this article, I get asked where I got the camera strap from. I also love to visualize my images before and while I am taking them, so I switch back and forth a lot between Acros and Classic Chrome while I am shooting. Thank before hands for suggestion to all Fuji camera society. Every review I have read makes much of moving all the buttons to the right hand side to facilitate one handed shooting, but for me, the reason is much more important than that. The X100F really is an amazing camera for so many reasons, isn’t it? Congratulations on your new camera. Here is how I set up the X100F to be able to easily and quickly accomplish those tasks: This, right here, is why I love these cameras so much. For me the lens hood is a must, mainly for the reason that it enables me to grip the X100F the way that is comfortable for me. The other consideration is that you can switch between the 3 Auto ISO settings using a function button, so it is very quick to do so. With the camera set up like this I don’t go into the menus at all. This gives a subtle amount of sharpening that removes the softness from a raw file which is what you want. I’m inclined to shoot in Zone AF Mode, set for Multi Photometry. 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It gives you more flexibility than Auto, which only allows you to select one of the Auto Settings you created earlier. Next week, in part two of this series, we’ll look at a selection of street images captured recently with the Fuji X100F, using the above configuration. This is the constant sound you are hearing though, it is the camera constantly trying to acquire focus. Disp. Although it has a refined design and fairly intuitive menu, the camera’s large number of options and controls can make it overwhelming for new buyers. Pre-AF: This is continuous autofocus, prior to taking the photo, on the point you select. So, I’ll go through some of the most important buttons and other controls on the X100F here. Button within the red switch: Customizable. Thank for providing a starting point for the many and varied settings. For me the complexity of the menu system is the only major drawback of an otherwise wonderful camera. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Its goal is not to track your subject, but to make it faster to autofocus when you actually want to capture a photo, since your focusing is already close to optimal. This should function the same as Aperture Priority Mode with Auto ISO does as described above. Have a great time Dave, I’m sure you’ll enjoy it. Just bought this camera and happened across you really useful article. I leave it On. Hi Ian, great write up, very much looking forward to the release. Corrected AF Frame: If you are in one of the modes with the electronic viewfinder, you can flip the red tab on the front of the X100F to switch between EVF (electronic viewfinder) and OVF (optical viewfinder) with a display overlay. I’d rather let my camera perform to it’s highest level than worry about battery life, so I always keep my camera in High Performance mode. Physically, the dials are a bit thin and feel kind of flimsy. Flash Function Setting: Main flash control. In true retro 35mm film camera style, you lift and turn this dial to change the ISO setting. It simply shows your focusing points, which some photographers will find helpful and others distracting. I ride the Exposure Compensation dial a lot when shooting, often to underexpose a scene when the light is harsh or when I want to create more shadow in an image. Every scene is different:  in one I may want a lot of contrast, in another not so much, so I tend to keep my in camera settings flat (i.e. bigger.. Almost every other camera from a Nikon FM2 which had the wind on lever almost sticking in my right eye to every other camera having the viewfinder in the middle has been a compromise to use. Hopefully you have found all the recommended settings above to be useful for setting up your own Fuji X100F! Compliments on an authoritative and informative site. I occasionally use the two conversion lenses (WCL and TCL – the original versions), so I need to be able to tell the camera that they are on (or off) without diving into the menus. Let’s say I have my camera set to f/8 in Aperture Priority Mode and Auto ISO set to a minimum of 1/250th SS with the ISO allowed to range from 200 – 3200. Cheers Dan. quick question….can you assign the front or rear dial to shutter speed change? In the Button/Dial Settings, set COMMAND to ISO DIAL SETTING, or ISO DIAL SETTING (A) to COMMAND, depending on the camera. I do think there have been a few times where it has picked a higher ISO than necessary, but I am quite confident in Fuji files taken up to ISO 3200 so I never worry about it. Set to “Push Joystick to Unlock,” you can only start moving your autofocus points when you push in the joystick once. Hi Ian Displays on the rear LCD and EVF the JPEG-only settings that you chose in the Image Quality menu. Thanks for the post Ian Thank you for your work! Film simulations This is probably my least used function (tied with Wifi), but it is nice to have it quickly accessible. Only relevant when aperture, shutter speed, and ISO are all set manually. I’ve had a lot of requests over the last few weeks to describe the camera settings I use when I am out shooting on the street, so I thought I would take a few minutes to walk through how I set up the new Fuji X100F. If you select Renew, the X100F will begin file names from 0001 each time you format your memory card or insert a new one, resulting in more photos with duplicate names. I have one question though. In step #5: Basic needs that guide how You set up your Fuji X100F for street photography you mention using ‘back button focusing’ a lot. Had a read up about and cannot quite follow if it should be on or off. Feel like I’m missing something, any ideas? Street for me is very left brain… I want to focus on the art and trust my camera to get it right. I recommend at least setting one of the buttons to ISO Auto Setting, and another to AF Lock (letting it function akin to an, ISO Dial Setting (H): 25600, since 51200 is too impractical to be useful in ordinary circumstances. I will check all my settings and have a play and get back to you. Set it to “Off” if you don’t want any display at all, and 0.5, 1.5, or Continuous if you want some length of post-capture image display. But for the life of me I can’t see the option for large indicators mode on the EVF/ OVF. When i set AUTO ISO (6400max) with Aperture priority in 2.8 and i’m shooting in the night, the camera overwrites the minimum shutter speed and still choose long shutter exposure (like 1/4 etc.) This has given me the opportunity to really think about what works the best for me when I am out shooting street photography with this camera. Let’s take the same settings into the super bright area. Hi Ian. One needs to realize that a camera is nothing but a tool. This setting controls whether you want to focus continuously as you hold down the button, or just once. Here is a very nice and not so obvious jpeg setting to try (make sure to switch the camera to “FINE”): Classic Chrome, DR Auto, Highlight Tone – 2, Shadow Tone -2, Color +3, Grain Weak. Excellent stuff, at really nice prices. I think the X100F will carry this tradition on. This can be useful for imagining how your final edited image will appear. I have a chance to handle’s Rinzi x100F this weekend and a I like the slight increase in heft. Today I am going to go over all of my camera settings for the Fuji X-T2 and X-T3 that I use for landscape photography. Self-Timer: Off for taking photos without a delay, 2 seconds for tripod-based landscape work, 10 seconds when you need to run in front of the camera and join a group photo. For me it is all about the minimum shutter speed. The Fuji X100F Review. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. EVF Autorotate Displays: Whether or not the EVF information display rotates as you change camera orientation. If you wanted to go full manual you could control aperture from the lens, ISO from the front command dial and shutter speed from the rear one. AF+MF: On, allows you to manually focus even when in autofocus mode by turning the focusing ring on the lens (only after autofocusing already). Dear Mr. Cox, as I am mostly RAW shutter need your recommendation for the best program that can nicely develop and convert RAW files. Shutter Type: Mechanical + Electronic. I believe what you are experiencing is the lag imposed when you first wake up the camera. It seems like a lot when it is all written out, but in the field it comes down to the occasional adjustment to Aperture, Exposure Compensation, or the Auto-ISO setting as needed for exposure control, occasionally switching back and forth between Classic Chrome and Acros depending on how I see a scene, and much more rarely using another feature like wifi or the Digital Tele-Converter. some of them are sharp some of them not sharp at all… but sometimes I get sharp pictures at 1/30…. These settings should work the same on any Fuji camera, albeit with slightly differing results, given the difference in sensor(s), image processing, and firmware in any given Fuji body. I’d also use the shutter dial though it’s quite stiff and ergonomically not ideal imo. There is now the new front Command Dial. It is easy for someone who comes across this camera for the first time to be a bit confused by all the options. So getting used to the Fuji, but the results so far are wonderful. Note that the focusing ring also can be programmed to change things like white balance or film simulation, but I leave those options off because none of them are very useful for taking RAW photos. It sure is!! AF-C Priority Selection: Release, same reason. It reaffirms for me that the camera will fit right in to my way of shooting, especially we seem to follow pretty similar methodology. I have my camera set to turn off after 2 minutes of non-use. I almost always leave it on, because otherwise it can be difficult to tell which areas of the photo are as sharp as possible, even with something like focus peaking enabled. Thank for sharing! I’m off to a small road-trip holiday, my Domke F6 has the XP2, 14, 23, 35, 18-55 and I’m ready to go. Keep it off unless you have a need for either of those features. CH Setting: Channel for master and remote flash communication, Built-in Flash: Whether you want the built-in flash to be able to fire or not, Movie Mode: Generally 1080/23.98P, but 1080/59.94P for slow motion, Movie AF Mode: Area (lets you select a more specific autofocus point). Do set the camera for mechanical or electronic shutter or both? I also change another menu option – AE/AF-L Lock Mode – to On/Off Switch. The desired results may not be achieved at low values if they exceed the limits of the flash control system; take a test shot and check the results. So I’m saving it for continued learning. Are you sure it is motion blur, and not a focusing issue? As previously mentioned I set the Aperture to f/5.6 to f/11, depending on the amount of light I have. Z6 II vs Z7 II – which one is better for enthusiast, Red switch: Alternates between electronic and optical viewfinder. I want to keep the camera set up to be able to quickly access the Digital Tele-Converter. Custom Setting: Choose the information displayed in the optical viewfinder and the EVF/rear LCD. This is just my way, configured to quickly access the things I need when I am shooting on the street. Thanks Ian I tend to keep my aperture between f/5.6 to f/11, depending on how much light is available in the environment I am shooting in. But I notice that some of the images I have taken are not straight, or aligned if that makes sense? I usually wifi photos to my phone at some point through the day, either to mail to someone or to review and edit while I’m sitting down for lunch. Makes sense Thanks for the reply! Focus Check: This is only used when you are in manual focus mode (accessed via the switch on the side of the camera) or single-servo autofocus and have already focused. The full review is going to give you specificities, but I feel so strongly about this camera that I had to preface with this summary in plain text for those who might just scroll through. 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