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    High ISO x100 vs. xPro1/X-E1

    Hi

    how many stops is the xpro1 and xe1 better in high ISO than the X100?

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    Re: High ISO x100 vs. xPro1/X-E1

    Don't have the X100 handy but from memory, I think the X-Trans sensor has about 1.5 stop advantage. I am using X-Pro 1 and processing RAW files through the Capture 1 beta which has the best support for X-Trans sensor at the moment.
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    Re: High ISO x100 vs. xPro1/X-E1

    Thanks for the answer. 1.5 stops better sounds very good. This would mean ISO 6400 would be no problem up to 20x30cm for private use and ISO 12800 for 10x15cm family snapshots in i.e. a restaurant...

    Is there a IQ difference between X-Pro1 and X-E1?

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    Re: High ISO x100 vs. xPro1/X-E1

    Quote Originally Posted by 4711 View Post
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    Is there a IQ difference between X-Pro1 and X-E1?
    seems that the firmware progress is the same for both. Since both have the same sensor and same processor, there is no difference in IQ.

    But I found comparison shots among others between the x-pro1 and the x100 (scroll to the buttom):

    Fujifilm X-Pro1 Compact System Camera - Review

    Based on these web images, the differences seems to be tiny in high iso images...
    Last edited by 4711; 29th December 2012 at 16:18. Reason: adding a description

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