More from the X100s. I was keen to see what it was like as capturing architectural details in very low light.
The answer was: very capable. These shots were taken with the Fuji tripod mounted – it looks a bit odd on a big tripod, being such a small camera but I’m more than happy with the results.
The 23mm lens is a great focal length for this kind of work and the RAW files it produces are great to edit – loads of variation available.
I’ve been reading that a lot of X100 users don’t bother shooting RAW as the JPGs that the camera produces are of such high quality, I might have an experiment with this.
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