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Hello !

I'm thinking about beginning to print my pictures taken with the X100F. 

Is the quality of this camera enough to do it ?

I noticed, when I zoom a lot on a raw or jpeg file, some kind of blurry ugly effect. Like it seems the sharpness isn't really good.

Did you have the same problem ?

Thank you ! Have a good day !

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2 hours ago, vincentmorla said:

Ouch...

So there's no way to print pictures from it ?

I would be a shame ! I hope it's not only an Instagram camera !!

My disappointing experience with an X100F may or may not be relevant to yours.

If you don't have the experience to confidently evaluate your X100F, a friend might

be helpful.

Sight unseen, it would be irresponsible to opine as to your camera's capabitiies.

I have an X100S that clearly showed what an utter and complete dog my eagerly

awaited X100F was.

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Thank you for your help !

So... must I sold it ?

Because I don't want to lose a contest or to be desapointed because of that...

I try to win a contest organized by the RATP, the Paris subway. They will published the pictures in all the stations. In very big size... 

If it s blurry or unsharped it will be bad for me !

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3 hours ago, vincentmorla said:

Thank you for your help !

So... must I sold it ?

Because I don't want to lose a contest or to be desapointed because of that...

I try to win a contest organized by the RATP, the Paris subway. They will published the pictures in all the stations. In very big size... 

If it s blurry or unsharped it will be bad for me !

Post a full size picture here or upload it to Dropbox and leave us a link so we can advise you. Of course you should be able to print BIG from your X100F. I have great prints 24 X16 inches from a 6 mp camera! The X100F is 24MP.

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Sorry ton insist but I posted a picture as you asked me.

I was thinking: maybe i do no export the jpeg with good settings in lightroom ?

What are the best settings to export a photo for printing ?

Thank you !

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Your photo is sharp - I have added a little more sharpness with the high pass filter in Photoshop to sharpen the edges of the water droplets. The aperture chosen (f6.4) and the point of focus (about middle of the street) gives a too narrow depth of field so the nearest subject is not sharply focused. At f8/f11 and focused on the post to the right would give sharpness throughout.

You could try a square crop like this:

22062017-DSCF7617.JPG.a99c4ace9c424e2b784dd08329c3f171crop.jpg

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