I’ve been using the Fujifilm X100 for nine months or so now. As regular readers of this blog will know I am a huge fan of the camera and use it regularly as a reportage wedding photographer throughout the year. I’m actually in the process of writing a full review of the camera which will be published on another site but I just wanted to show a few Fujifilm X100 High ISO Examples that I shot this weekend with the camera.

I took it on a stag trip (think about doing that with a Canon 1D Mark IV!) which involved watching some friends play in a band on Friday night at The Red Cow pub in Richmond followed by a trip to Cardiff to watch Wales v Italy. There was some other stuff too, but it all got a bit hazy.

I have lots and lots of emails about this camera. If had as many enquiries for weddings as I have about this camera I’d be a happy man. One of the questions I get asked a lot is about the Fujifilm X100 High ISO performance. To be completely honest, I tend not to let it go above 3200 when photographing weddings, but this weekend I really stretched its legs, especially in the very dark pub environment.

Please note that all of these images are straight from the camera JPG files. I’ve not edited them in any way with the exception of adding a border. The black and white setting in the X100 was Monochrome+R which is my preferred Black and White setting for in camera processing.

The first six images are all at ISO 6400. Remember, these are straight out of the camera with no processing what so ever. Remember also that these are moving subjects. The camera is set to use Auto Focus and centre spot metering. I also use centre spot focus and recompose method. I am using the X100 with the latest Firmware (1.13) which in my opinion makes the focusing a little bit more snappy. I also recommend you purchase the lens hood as this aids in overall focusing too (especially in situations with bright background light such as the last image).

I’m thrilled with the camera and the Fujifilm X100 High ISO Examples below I hope will show you just what this little camera is capable of. I’ve included a few lower ISO shots later on as a comparison (there is little noticeable difference in noise in my opinion). Also, notice the dynamic range in the stadium shots. This was a tough shooting situation as there was bright sunlight on one side of the stadium whilst I was sat in solid shadow.

Again, please remember these images are the JPGs direct from the camera. Black and White conversion done in the Fujifilm Finepix X100 itself. Please feel free to tweet or share on Facebook or comment below.

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