First shots from my Fuji X-E2

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Razeus, Dec 17, 2013.

  1. Razeus, Dec 17, 2013
    Last edited: Dec 17, 2013

    Razeus macrumors 603

    Jul 11, 2008
    I'm pretty amazed on how far digital cameras have come. No longer does one need to shell out for big, heavy cameras, as the mirrorless systems from Fuji, Sony, and Olympus are doing some serious technological feats.

    Here a few shots from my X-E2. I gotta tell you, this is no ordinary kit lens.

    XE21311270228 by dharrisphotog, on Flickr

    XE21311290357 by dharrisphotog, on Flickr

    The ISO3200 performance has come a long way on APS-C sensors, thanks to Fuji:
    XE21311230047 by dharrisphotog, on Flickr

    XE21311270205 by dharrisphotog, on Flickr
  2. kingalexthe1st macrumors 6502


    Apr 13, 2013
    Talk about dynamic range too! My 650D just wouldn't be able to get that kind of exposure for the building and sky in one shot out of camera. No chance. It obviously shows in the other photos as well: the bark along with the model's skin, the wall detail behind the kid as well as their ear in the shadow of the hat. Bravo Fuji. Now shut up and take my money! :)

  3. Razeus thread starter macrumors 603

    Jul 11, 2008
    Haha. Well if these images didn't give any confidence in the capabilities of these cameras, then you may be on some DSLR high horse.
  4. phrehdd macrumors 68040


    Oct 25, 2008
    Were these RAW (RAF) files or jpegs directly from the camera? Fuji has managed to make in camera jpegs look amazing.

    Thanks for sharing your images.
  5. Razeus thread starter macrumors 603

    Jul 11, 2008
  6. pmxperience macrumors regular


    Aug 12, 2011
    United States
    That is some crazy dynamic performance there. Been on the camera hunt for a while, I think you may have just convinced me towards getting one.
  7. Razeus thread starter macrumors 603

    Jul 11, 2008
    The 2nd image was severely underexposed as I forget to check my settings, leaving the buidling in the dark. I pulled it up about 2 stops. I thought only my D800 can do that. :cool:

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