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Fujifilm X100S: From Snapshots to Great Shots by Kevin Mullins

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7. Low Lighting

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ISO 3200 • 1/60 sec. • f/2 • 23mm lens

Shooting when the lights get low

For a camera so small, the Fujifilm X100S is exemplary when it comes to low-light shooting situations. The X-Trans CMOS II sensor allows you to shoot at much higher ISO levels than were even thought possible a few years ago, while retaining sharp and high-contrast image quality. Low-light shooting used to be the realm only of those well versed in Flash, but now it’s possible to produce superb images in the most challenging of lighting conditions.

Poring Over the Picture

Shooting in low light requires a steady hand or a tripod to achieve accurate exposure. ...

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