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thomasrdedekam posted a topic in Fujifilm X-T3 / X-T2 / X-T20 / X-T1 / X-T10Hello, this is my first post on this forum. I recently got the X-T2 after shooting (Raw only) with the XT-1 for a while, a camera for which i was very happy with the result i was getting. As i am now in a testing phase of the X-T2 i shot strictly JPEGs over the weekend, using the Kodachrome, Velvia and Acros settings. now, by looking at the results, a lot of them are really not that sharp, and quite a few look like they are "patchy" or noisy - and this is with enough speed, low iso and almost exclusively F2..does anyone have the same experience? or does the JPEG filter process take "over" the image that much that it makes it look almost "animated" in the details images were all shot handheld looking forward to your thoughts and comments
I took ownership of a very lightly used X100T from eBay today and after taking quite a few shots on a local walk, I've noticed there's something a little odd about the image sharpness characteristics. I'd like to try and confirm if this is an issue with my X100T in particular or if it's just the expected result from this lens paired withÂ a 16 megapixel sensor.Â I owned a first generation X100 that had a slightly de-centered lens that pretty much always rendered the right edge of the frame slightly softly, but now this X100T seems to produce softness at one or bothÂ sides of the frame at moderate apertures (~f5.6) at various subject distances, but not all the time. I've taken plenty of photos where it's sharp corner to corner, presumably ruling out de-centering. But in some shots where the focal point should be more than far enough away to result in infinite depth of field behind the subject, the background is inexplicably soft at the edges of the frame. Here's a full size sample showing this behaviour. The background is way softer than I would expect on left edge, extending about 1/4 into the frame. The right edge is slightly better, but still on the soft side to around a similar distance. Is this just a limitation of the X100 lens and/or me being spoiled by the general quality of Fuji primes?