Allan Bell Posted May 14, 2015 Share Posted May 14, 2015 Well I took a photo today which has confirmed that there is a problem with rendering of foliage with the Fuji X-T1 sensor. Sorry cannot post the image but will try to describe findings. The photo is of a brightly coloured fast food van parked on a road on a business estate. Behind the van is a footpath then a thick hedge and two trees. Further behind the hedge is a small car park with a modern building on the other side of the car park. Looking at the jpeg straight out of the camera at 100% on my 27" iMac the van is sharp. So are the branches of the trees. Similarly the building is also sharp. What is not sharp are the leaves on the hedge and the trees. The photo was taken with a speed setting that, in the circumstances, would be fast enough to freeze any movement in a strong breeze. But there was not any wind to speak of. I know this has been discussed in the past and we are aware of the problem and possible ways to overcome it. However I do not think the Fuji system is for the serious landscape and flora photographers. As my recent QC fails on Alamy have been photos with foliage or flora my solution, for myself, is to stop taking photos which include these items with this system. Allan Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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