Category Archives: for photographers

Fuji X20 XTrans Worm Artefacts That’s a horrible title for a blog post, but some of you will know what I’m going to be talking about. In my last post, I showed some 100% crops of high ISO images, taken from RAW files. Specifically, I was comparing the new Fuji XT20 with a couple of […]

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Fuji XT20 High ISO RAW Comparison GX8 and EM1 In a previous article we took a quick look at the JPEG noise between the new Fuji XT20 and the Panasonic GX8. Now it’s time to have a look at RAW noise. Given that Adobe Lightroom doesn’t yet support the .RAF files from the XT20, I’ve […]

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Fuji XT20 JPEG Image Quality and Resolution In yesterday’s bulletin I did a quick high ISO JPEG comparison between the XT20 and the GX8. Today I’m taking a look at the low ISO JPEG output from Fuji’s XT20. Currently there is no RAW support within Adobe Lightroom, when there is I’ll take a look at […]

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Panasonic GX8 vs Fuji XT20 High ISO JPEG Comparison High ISO comparisons between one camera and another will always be popular discussion points. In fact where less experienced camera buyers are concerned, this can be the sole determiner of the camera’s desirability. We know that’s a perilous path to follow, because if you don’t consider […]

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Revisiting the Fuji X System | XT20 Part I I can distinctly remember the reaction of the photography community a few years ago when mirrorless cameras came to market. Finally – a lightweight alternative to heavy and bulky DSLRs. At the time I was the proud owner of a Fuji X10 and a Fuji X-100 […]

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Panasonic GX8 vs Olympus EM1 MkI High ISO I have never obsessed over small differences in noise between one camera model or another. Nor am I nervous about pushing up the ISO if I have to. Sometimes there is no way around that and providing your images are correctly exposed (and correctly processed) and providing […]

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Canon G5X Review Part III Features and Images Part I of this series looked at the rationale behind choosing a compact camera and the reasons why I chose a Canon G5X. Part II saw the start of our field review, which is continued here. In between these articles I’ve received several e-mails from readers who are […]

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