2.6 BURST MODE, MOTION PANORAMA, MOVIES, AND THE SELF-TIMER

The DRIVE button of your X100F gives access to several modes and functions that control bracketing options, burst shooting, panorama mode, etc.

Some of the bracketing options are only available in JPEG mode, so those of us who shoot FINE+RAW will never use them:

  • Film simulation bracketing
  • ISO bracketing
  • DR bracketing
  • White balance bracketing

Advanced Filters and Multiple Exposure don’t save RAW files, either:

  • ADVANCED FILTER offers a variety of special effects. Most of them are gimmicks, but give them a try and see what they can do for you!
  • MULTIPLE EXPOSURE is actually just a double exposure. It’s a simple feature that merges two consecutively taken JPEGs. Usually, it’s better to ...

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