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Nov 05, 2017 11:32 |  #5868

Brought my X-E2 and the good old 18/2 & 35/1.4 out for todays family cycle about the big house, they just had to stop and play on the bales, of course.

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Nov 05, 2017 19:43 |  #5869

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Nov 05, 2017 19:52 |  #5870

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Nov 05, 2017 19:56 as a reply to Osa713's post |  #5871

Thanks!


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Nov 06, 2017 09:57 |  #5873

Question:

Using the X100S, I'm trying to figure something out that maybe someone else already can advise on faster.

I'm looking to use the "Q" button to have quick access to custom pre-set profiles. Basically one for indoor (high ISO, no ND filter on, etc) and one for outdoor (low ISO, ND filter on). I'd like to be able to quickly just swap from one pre-set to the other if I'm indoor/outdoor, or basically to be able to quickly move from ND filter on/off without using the Fn button (as then I still have to go into the menu to change ISO). I really, really like having fast access to ISO. And I'd like to find a way to have access to both fast changing ISO and ND filter on with the X100S. Not sure if this is possible. Not sure if I can set it so that the ND filter turns on with a custom profile in the Q menu? Or something else? Is there another way to program fast access to ISO without the Fn button so that I can use the ND filter on the Fn button? Oddly enough, the only fast access values I ever want, without having to take my eye away from the OVF, is ISO and ND filter. I generally shoot AV with whatever aperture I have clicked in, so ISO is what I like to handle (and I dislike auto ISO). Or basically am I stuck with auto-ISO and ND on the Fn button and that's it?

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Nov 06, 2017 10:57 |  #5874

MalVeauX wrote in post #18489853 (external link)
Question:

Using the X100S, I'm trying to figure something out that maybe someone else already can advise on faster.

I'm looking to use the "Q" button to have quick access to custom pre-set profiles. Basically one for indoor (high ISO, no ND filter on, etc) and one for outdoor (low ISO, ND filter on). I'd like to be able to quickly just swap from one pre-set to the other if I'm indoor/outdoor, or basically to be able to quickly move from ND filter on/off without using the Fn button (as then I still have to go into the menu to change ISO). I really, really like having fast access to ISO. And I'd like to find a way to have access to both fast changing ISO and ND filter on with the X100S. Not sure if this is possible. Not sure if I can set it so that the ND filter turns on with a custom profile in the Q menu? Or something else? Is there another way to program fast access to ISO without the Fn button so that I can use the ND filter on the Fn button? Oddly enough, the only fast access values I ever want, without having to take my eye away from the OVF, is ISO and ND filter. I generally shoot AV with whatever aperture I have clicked in, so ISO is what I like to handle (and I dislike auto ISO). Or basically am I stuck with auto-ISO and ND on the Fn button and that's it?

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I don't believe there is a way to set it like you're asking. Saying that, I have two Fn buttons on my X100T I have ISO set to the top Fn button and the ND filter to the other. I have Face Detection on/off set to the Trash button.


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Nov 06, 2017 11:07 |  #5875

danialsturge wrote in post #18489926 (external link)
I don't believe there is a way to set it like you're asking. Saying that, I have two Fn buttons on my X100T I have ISO set to the top Fn button and the ND filter to the other. I have Face Detection on/off set to the Trash button.

Two Fn buttons would be handy.

I'm very unclear why the Exp Comp dial exists, compared to an ISO dial.

Let alone a fast way to get to the ND filter.

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Nov 06, 2017 11:13 |  #5876

MalVeauX wrote in post #18489947 (external link)
Two Fn buttons would be handy.

I'm very unclear why the Exp Comp dial exists, compared to an ISO dial.

Let alone a fast way to get to the ND filter.

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Because exposure compensation is a faster way to account for multiple exposure factors. The newest X100F does have both options.

I find the meter to work well enough for me that I always leave ISO on auto unless I'm using flash. Making quick adjustments with the exposure comp dial makes it very quick and easy to adjust what the camera chooses for ISO.


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Nov 06, 2017 11:20 |  #5877

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #18489951 (external link)
I find the meter to work well enough for me that I always leave ISO on auto unless I'm using flash.

This is what I do too. Auto ISO with min 1/125 SS (as im mainly shooting people with the x100F) and then when the light drops, or im indoors etc I set to ISO 1600 on the top dial and turn the TTL flash on. It does a remarkable job of fill flash. The more I use this camera the more I love it

EDIT - Im using ISO 1600 with flash when the auto ISO is wanting to put me up at 12800 etc. to keep the noise down. The resulting files are lovely


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Nov 06, 2017 11:28 |  #5878

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #18489951 (external link)
Because exposure compensation is a faster way to account for multiple exposure factors. The newest X100F does have both options.

I find the meter to work well enough for me that I always leave ISO on auto unless I'm using flash. Making quick adjustments with the exposure comp dial makes it very quick and easy to adjust what the camera chooses for ISO.

I'm certainly not used to a "good' auto-ISO, so I'll start experimenting with this and see how it behaves.

I just set C1 to be my indoor any-aperture, auto-ISO with a 1/60s shutter minimum and various other settings and set my C2 to be my outdoor wide aperture, low ISO set, various other settings and will just use Fn to set ND filter on.

I'm used to using FEV on my ETTL flashes to handle exposure overall, so maybe I can get used to the Exp Dial for this purpose too.

Too bad the Dial can't be custom configured!

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Nov 06, 2017 11:44 |  #5879

xpfloyd wrote in post #18489955 (external link)
This is what I do too. Auto ISO with min 1/125 SS

That's my settings and then I have three Auto ISO limits, 1600, 3200, and 6400 - it's on 3200 upper limit most of the time. Only time I set ISO is when I shoot landscape and I'm using a tripod.


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Nov 06, 2017 12:37 |  #5880

I also use Auto ISO and AE at times, I find setting the metering mode to anything other than spot works well.
I can then use the exposure comp dial as an ISO dial, you can see the ISO move up and down as you turn the dial with your thumb. Very handy when you can see your exposure in the EVF.

Settings for me are 1/125 & ISO 200-12800


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