DecisiveShot delivers inspiration by the figurative dump truck full. In the same settings menu below you can adjust the power save mode for the optical view finder and the amount of time the camera waits for automatically turning off when not in use. The X100T provides a lot of personalisation when it comes to controls. The live-view image magnification makes manual focusing easy and precise, so I never miss a shot when in tricky conditions. 1.) If pressed while on play-mode it will open the raw-conversion interface. I always have to go back to the regular menus. camera malfunction? MOVIE SET-UP: unrelated with this post. Hybrid mirrorless system with optical rangefinder / electronic viewfinder 5. Got it. All of them were saved in .raw and processed in Lightroom. The small size of the The Fuji X100 my best portrait camera? SHUTTER TYPE: MS+ES (this way the camera uses the better MS till 1/4000th of a second and switches to the ES if it need to go higher. Henceforth, their carefull selection and positioning can be really important. 4-1) EVF/LCD BRIGHTNESS I have a problem: from neither my quick menu nor the Q screen can I adjust any of the settings. This was very helpful, thanks. You can place a decent amount of the camera's settings into this menu and ... when shooting portraits, as your ... exception of the 1dX ii and my favorite camera is my fuji x100T. When you first power the camera up you’ll be taken through picking your language and then setting the time. it just sits right in the middle?? Manual settings. It is a beautiful Sunday here in Dubai, and it is my day off “work”. HIGHLIGHT TONE: 0 ADVANCED FILTER: OFF This is how the image will display on your LCD when you shoot in portrait mode…  I leave this off, I like the image to fill the entire LCD Screen and it’s just as easy to turn my camera if I choose to review the image on the back (I don’t, I like to review on the computer). Choose your JPEG format and size as I showed you above. OK, after all this intro I’m starting with an item which is not even in the menu. If it goes to sleep it takes a couple of seconds to fire up before it’s ready to snap a pic. Set-Up Menu 2 (with the wrench) – Screen Set-Up – Focus Scale Units – FT. Good news though, I don’t think it’s a bug in your camera! I’ve set up my camera to shoot in F+RAW but I only see one version of each image when I do a playback. Each combination will result in different results. 6) FACE DETECTION: on (it stays off when I’m on MF, but automatically switches on when I set the focusing switch to S, this way providing an extra help in quick focusing a sucject). John, Thanks for sharing your setup and recommendations. A while ago I wrote a post about the settings that I use on My X-E1. 11) AUTOROTATE PB: OFF (I like to have photos filling the screen). 4-4) SELECT CUSTOM SETTING, 1) AUTO POWER OFF: 2 MIN (the shortest, for longest battery life). For each item I will describe how I set it and why. I’m not sure, I will look into this and see if mine does the same thing. Otherwise you only see the RAW. 3) PREVIEW EXP. You can do so by hitting the menu button, go to the set-up menu 2 and select “selector button setting” and then select “focus area” and you should be good to go! 2-4) ND FILTER (when you need it, you need it badly, so it’s better to have it here). You mention that it’s possible to set the four directional buttons to select focus area directly (without first setting one up as a function button), thereby saving a click. Here is how I set mine up. I know the X100T might not be ideal for portraits, but I don't have much choice at this point. The Fujilim X100T Review Can Be Seen Here (click this link) Check Out The X100T Extensive Testing Teaser (click this link) *Again, I recommend off to preserve battery. 1-2) AF MODE (this works only if the AF switch is set on S or C). Menu 1 – Image Quality – Fine + RAW (This will give you the best JPEG image and a RAW file). If you choose to turn it on this is how: Set-Up Menu (with the wrench) – Power Management – OVF Power Save Mode – On. But the thing is, it is not because the X100T doesn’t have a software to select how you are shooting, if automatic, shutter speed priority, aperture priority, or manual. I arrived last Wednesday from London after 2 weeks of teaching workshops, and I ended up doing a few workshops for Gulf Photo Plus (a photo organization in Dubai).… Continue reading Review of the Fujifilm X100T for Street Photography The XF50mm F/1.0 R WR: Is This the “ONE” for You? Building on the success of last year's X100S, the new X100T focuses on making the handling and operation even better than before. The settings below are my own personal settings with Street Photography as my primary focus but like I said, these settings work great for whatever type of photography you’re heart desires. John founded PhotolisticLife.com, a website focusing on all things photography with the purpose of educating and inspiring readers, and DecisiveShot.com, a website about Street Photography. A couple of more-muted Pro Neg settings are optimised for accurate skin tones when shooting portraits… I use my X100T at f/2.8 with 1/125th second set with auto ISO. My X100 settings are way different to my X100t settings. This is how you switch between focus distance, feet and meters, below the viewfinder or LCD. Most of the times I start with pressing this button and then I use the focus ring to do the micro adjustment. Thanks. I leave you with the images I took with the Fuji X100T during this last year. The X100T is capable of firing with virtually no sound…  it’s so quiet that you could take a photograph inches from your subject’s head and they would be none the wiser. Macro on automatically forces the EVF. Thanks so much for the guide I found it most helpful.i have one problem how do I get the info in the view finder to rotate when shooting in portrait mode. Enter your email address to subscribe to this site and receive notifications of new posts by email. Hugh—. Tips, tricks, and tools of the trade. Any recommended settings in terms of ISO, shutter speed, aperture, type of film simulation, etc. John has also worked in the finance industry for the past 7+ years. Am I doing something wrong? SHUTTER COUNT: unrelated. You can see more of his…. Sorry I don’t have a better solution for you. I can say I’ve never experienced that and it’s certainly not the norm. missing something? 4) INSTANT AF SETTING: af-s (it uses less battery and allows for re-composing the frame after focusing). Thanks. He hates spiders. *I use ISO selection here, you can choose whatever you like quick access to. *The smaller you make the focus area the slower the camera will focus. Disclaimer: I was given a free Fujifilm X100T for this review. My set up for the three auto ISO options were as follows: Auto 1 (Bright Day/No Shadows) – 200 – 1600 ISO with a minimum shutter speed of 1/60, Auto 2 (Daytime/Shadow/City) – 200 – 3200 ISO with a minimum shutter speed of 1/100, Auto 3 (Early Day/Evening/City) – 200 – 6400 ISO with a minimum shutter speed of 1/100. *It comes set to Photometery, I leave this alone. LONG EXPOSURE NR: OFF (I don’t usually apply noise reduction because I love the X100T’s grain quality. Very useful. 4-2) DYNAMIC RANGE I love working with complex lights and low light, both in studio and in the open. DYNAMIC RANGE: DR100 (I like to assess the actual contrasts, I know that if I need any “opening” I can get that in post-production). The lever on the front of the camera can quickly switch the viewfinder between the different available settings. Hybrid mechanical / electronic shutter, electronic shutter capable of 1/32000 sec 7. You can still use AF with this button although in M mode. Can this camera be set up? Great to see someone else’s set-up. 1) FOCUS AREA: I usually keep the largest for fastest AF. when i turn off the camera and turn it on again it goes back to the initial settings with the advance filter on dynamic??? Every two weeks in your inbox. *If you’re shooting Street Photography or anything that you may need to react quickly too you’ll want to keep your finger on the shutter button and periodically wake the camera to keep it on its toes. RED EYE REMOVAL: OFF COLOR: 0 7) Fn7: macro (If I am shooting a detail and find myself I need that extra macro vicinity I can switch it on with my left hand, being the last button it is easy to find it, without having to leave the eye from the viewfinder nor changing my grip or stance). Easy peasy. Thanks much! Hello, I think I can answer to Hugh; You can try set the focus lateral button to M and then focus with AEL-AFL. The manual that came with the X100T was about as helpful as you’d expect, nowhere in there does it explain the L,M,S, or the numbers across from the aspect ratios. This was wonderfully helpful. Some of you may not know it, but Fujifilm assigned special functions to some of the camera’s buttons, which are activated by keeping them pressed for a long time or by pressing them during “play-mode” (that is, after pressing the play button to review the last photographs). 3) HIGH PERFORMANCE: ON. Consider this a walk through my journey with the Fuji… Here is how: Set Up Menu 1 (with the wrench) – Silent Mode – On, Set Up Menu 2 – Sound Set-Up – Operation Vol. Shooting Menu 1 – Autofocus Setting – AF Mode – Area. The Fuji X100F is the fourth in Fuji’s line of X100 cameras – the X100, X100S, X100T, and X100F. 4) Fn4: AF While moving the focus area you can adjust the size of the focus area by rotating the knob above the directional pad with your thumb. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. I’ve owned and used my Fujifilm X100T for about a year and a half now. I hope you find this helpful. I have been shooting with the Fuji X100 series (X100s / X100t) for several years now, and I can say with complete confidence that these cameras have changed my photographic life. Pulling the lever to the right switches between the electronic viewfinder and the optical viewfinder. ISO 200-6400 Native, 100-51200 using LO and HI 4. 4-3) SHUTTER TYPE 2) OVF POWER SAVE MODE: ON I change mine to feet because I see in feet not meters. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Menu 1 – Image Size – L3:2 (L means large), Next: Menu 1 – Quality – F (I’m fairly sure F means fine, it’s the best quality), You can skip Image Size for this and go straight to Image Quality. Shutter button will set exposure and expose. A piece here, a piece there, there’s a lot of a photographer in how he prepares for a shooting. Most of them are incredibly useful, and make this camera even quicker to operate and tune. 5) Fn1-6: keep any of the Fn buttons pressed for a couple of seconds and you’ll be albe to change its functioning (it doesn’t work on the d-pad if you chose SELECTOR BUTTON SETTING: FOCUS AREA). In that piece I mostly covered the Jpeg settings that I used on the camera such as the shadow and highlight tone and so on. The only thing I couldn’t work out was how to get the camera display to adjust for what was (before the flashes fired) essentially an under lit room so that I could get a focus lock. The battery life of the X100T is about the same as the X100s and that’s not awesome. 3-1) FLASH MODE (to switch from EXTRNAL FLASH to INTERNAL FLASH easily when you need to). 1-3) FACE DETECTION (to quickly turn it on or off). 9) PREVIEW PIC. FILM SIMULATION: CC (I just LOVE LOVE LOVE Classic Chrome). Considering that the most important functions (MF/AF selector, focus zoom, drive selector, and AEL/AFL) already have dedicated buttons, the X100T’s level of configurability is almost perfect. TCL-X100 Review. Whit this setting, if you need to quickly change the function of Fn1, Fn6, or Fn7, you just need to keep them pressed long enough to open the “button setting” menu. EDIT/SAVE QUICK MENU: This is another crucial step in camera usability. To show you that this configuration works equally well for portraying people other than fashion models, I’ll use, for this time, portraits I’ve taken of my daughter during these months with the X100T. Multi selection will choose where your camera focuses automatically, it can be wrong and unless you want to keep half pressing the shutter button until it gets it correct I’d stick with Area. John, thanks so much for your tutorial. I recommend the largest setting for Street Photography (or manual focus) and low light situations. If you know kids and how hard they can be to portray, then you’ll know that kids portraits are the real challenge from which a camera and its configuration can be evaluated! 3) RELEASE/FOCUS PRIORITY: focus (when I use AF it is because I want it to focus!). Set-Up Menu 2 (with the wrench) – Screen Set-Up – Autorotate PB – Off. 3) Fn3: AF The focusing point is crucial both in AF (where it allows to frame the “subject” so you won’t need to reframe every time to press the AF button) and in MF (where it allows to enlarge the portion of the frame where the subject is, so once you get the focus right you can press the shutter and take the photo right away, without re-framing). Set whichever manual focusing fine tuning you like and set the shutter for release priority. You’re welcome! Then you will see both your RAW and JPG images side by side in your library. 99.9% of my personal photos are shot with it (the other 0.1% are shot with my iPhone 6 Plus). ?Obviously, some of this will depend on the conditions of the room, but if you have anything that you think would help me I would appreciate it. 3) AUTO3: 2000-3200 1/125 (this is my current approach for flash photography, it forces the ISO to stay high enough to capture ambient illumination while having a shutter speed quick enough to capture actions like dancing). Thank you for taking the time to post this mini instructional setup. IN MANUAL MODE: ON (to be switched off when working with external flashes, like studio flashes). 2-3) FILM SIMULATION (should you want to try a different look). WIRELESS COMMUNICATION: it start camera’s wi-fi communications. I can’t seem to find a way, and Fuji tech support didn’t know either. Free the Naiads! AE/AF-LOCK MODE: ON/OFF SWITCH (so I don’t have to keep it pressed to focus). Do not reproduce content from DecisiveShot.com without permission. Did I understand that correctly? FLASH COMPENSATION: +2 (whenever I use the flash I correct with an underexposure of -2. 4) MONITOR SUNLIGHT MODE: OFF Try not to shoot it below 1/80th second when shooting hand held. I like automatic ISO for the Fuji X100T, the camera isn’t my primary camera (the Nikon Df is) so I’m not worried about diddling with the ISO when the camera can manage just fine. The camera figures if it’s the case to change the shutter speed or the ISO. This saves power but slows down the auto-focus of the camera. Let me start saying that for portraits I prefer to work with manual focusing. I think three would be enough to get you through your day. FLASH MODE: EXTERNAL FLASH (this way the camera can operate with external flash triggers, such as the YN-622C-TX) In Lightroom you have to go into preferences and configure the software to treat JPG and RAW as separate files. In this respect, the camera is designed to work like old mechanical SLRs and rangefinders, so it’s set on automatic if the both the aperture ring and the shutter speed ring are positioned on the red A, on aperture priority if the aperture is set on an f-stop and the shutter speed is kept on A, on shutter speed priority by reversing this combination, and, finally, on manual mode if you select both an f-stop number on the aperture ring and a shutter speed on its ring. With firmware updates, some of these settings and modes are … There’s no doubt about it, it’s a sexy looking camera. It seems to me that the set of features and settings that fall under the “custom setting” is way too limited to be really useful. The camera ships with the Live View enabled to where you can use the viewfinder by simply putting your eye up to the viewfinder. Sounds like a software glitch. Get the full-specs of the Fuji X100V here or get the X100V here on Amazon. COLOR SPACE: Adobe RGB (for the best compatibility with high end prints). MF ASSIST: PEAK WHITE (HIGH) (I prefer focus peaking, I’m usually quicker in manual focusing this way, and the white set on high gives me clear and strong information). Hi John. 2-1) CONVERSION LENS (crucial if you have a converter lens, futile otherwise. 3-4) WHITE BALANCE (quick access for live-view tuning). In terms of working with the Fujifilm X Series cameras, there are a few things we need to be aware of when it comes to the sensors and lenses. The items in the quick menu are not as quick to access that the ones assigned to the Fn buttons, but are close. Same with the 6 other fn buttons I have set up. The glass is way smaller than an SLR lens but somehow Fuji have made it comparable. High performance improves focus speed but uses a little more battery. Awesome, thanks for the help. After playing around with my new x100T I figured it out. Default is on so if you like that then you don’t need to do a thing. Hi Randolph, I have 4 spare batteries (5 total). 2-2) SELF-TIMER (so when you need it you know where to find it). So which aspect ratio and image size are best for the X100T? Just an added note. Like Michael L, I too am confused about how to set the four directional buttons to set focus area. Have Fujifilm succeeded in the tricky task of making an already brilliant camera even better? EDIT FILE NAME: unrelated. I immediately liked the size of it, and weighing in at only 440 grams (about a pound), there is no excuse to ever leave it at home. If you have a question or want to know how something else works or is adjusted leave me a comment below. Have you contacted Fuji? 1080p 60fps etc video 8. In this respect, the camera is designed to work like old mechanical SLRs and rangefinders, so it’s set on automatic if the both the aperture ring and the shutter speed ring are positioned on the red A, on aper… *You can also adjust the power mode in the settings to conserve energy. This article is a guest post by photographer Alessio Trerotoli, all photographs contained here were created by Trerotoli. All pictures taken with a pre-production Fuji X100F Most people might not think of the X100 series cameras as portrait or studio tools. For street shooting using zone focusing (that is the only way to shoot IMHO as the AF of this camera is not fast), I like to put the camera into Manual focus mode but set the back AEL button for AF. Pushing the lever to the left will turn on the optical viewfinder hybrid (a small square shows up on the right zoomed in on your focus area to assist you with focusing). Also, I’ve imported a set of shots into Lightroom (convert to DNG) and I’m only seeing the .dng files. I'm very close to pulling the trigger on this camera - but I take a lot of photos of my kids and family. Thanks for the great tutorial. While on play-mode, press it to zoom in the photo, rotate it to change the zoom level. Here they are: 1) View Mode: keep it pressed for a couple of seconds and you’ll switch MONITOR SUNLIGHT MODE to ON. Maybe in the future I’ll change my mind. Thanks! I’d try that before sending it off to Fuji. Otherwise everything else was a snap! mike.kobal Post author April 4, 2013 at 9:11 pm. Michael, I’m sorry for the delay! 1) Fn1: DOF preview (extremely useful in portraiture to check how much of the foreground/background you want in focus). 6) Fn6: movie (without setting at least one button for movie recording it is impossible to start a video. I am about ready to send the camera back. i want to change it to VELVIA setting and turn off the advance filter but it does not want to save??? I like to have maximum control with the X100T (and really all of my cameras). Built-in ND filter (A true ~3 stop ND, not just “ISO LO”) All of my Nikon DSLR bodies are programmed for “back button focus”. SHARPNESS: 0 3-3) ISO (to change which AUTO program you’re using, or to set a fixed ISO when on full manual mode). When purchasing the X100T I bought another extra battery for a total of 4 batteries (for those of you keeping count). You can adjust the diopter the same as on any other camera, there is a little adjustment wheel right next to the viewfinder. Setup Menu 2 (the one with the wrench) – Power Management – High Performance On or Off. As far as they are within the limits I set, I’m fine. Whether you’re shooting landscapes, family portraits, little kittens, or Street Photography you can set the X100T once and there are enough customized buttons you won’t dig too far into the menu ever again. Since I set Fn6 for MACRO, I use this trick every time I want to start the wifi connection, without having to navigate the menu. Join 32,000+ FujiLovers. 2.) . Now if you still within the return/exchange period with the retailer you got it from that is also a good solution. Razor sharp eyes are not a problem anymore! FILM SIMULATION BKT: never used, I don’t think I’ll ever use it. SAVE ORG IMAGE: OFF As an extra bonus for those of you who’ll get through this post, at the end you’ll find all the X100T’s “secret functions” I could find. I have not tried yet—hope so—Thanks for your excellent suggestions and instructions. The viewfinder on the X100T is one of the pretty impressive, you can switch between optical, electronic, and hybrid views in the viewfinder. WIRELESS SETTINGS: unrelated. 7) Rear dial: press it to zoom in while focusing, rotate it to change the zoom level, keep it pressed to change the MF assist options. The Fujilim X100T Review Can Be Seen Here (click this link), Check Out The X100T Extensive Testing Teaser (click this link), Lawerenceville Memorial Day Parade – Street Photography, Strengthening Street Photography Composition With Open Interpretation, How Urban Landscape Photography Can Improve Your Street Photography, The Importance Of A Viewfinder In Street Photography, The Streets Of Pittsburgh Through A Medium Format Yashica-D Viewfinder, The Art Of Superimposition By Alessio Trerotoli. RESET: unrelated. EDIT/SAVE CUSTOM SETTING: I’m not using this feature yet. For a start, the 35mm field of view is not the best focal length for portraits (unless you're aiming for environmental portraits of course). IMAGE SIZE: L3:2 But no matter how endeared you are to the pancake lens' 35mm equivalent focal length, there are times where such a wide field of view simply won't cut it. 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