- Page 1 Fujifilm X-E1 Review
- Page 2 Design and Performance Review
- Page 3 Image Quality – ISO tests Review
- Page 4 Image Quality: Real World Tests Review
- Page 5 Fujifilm X-E1 – Image Quality summary and Verdict Review
Below are our standardised ISO test shots, starting with the Fujifilm X-E1’s lowest standard setting of ISO 200, going all the way up to 6400, followed by the expanded settings of 12,800 and 25,600.
ISO 200 – 100% crop
ISO 400 – 100% crop
well as delivering bags of detail, the X-E1 doesn’t disappoint when it comes to
ISO performance either. Up to ISO 800 images are smooth and devoid of any unwanted signs
of image noise.
ISO 800 – 100% crop
At ISO 800 noise beginning to encroach ever-so slightly at ISO 800, but
it’s very subtle.
ISO 1600 – 100% crop
ISO 3200 – 100% crop
image noise does become more apparent at ISO 3200, the level of detail rendered
is still good.
ISO 6400 – 100% crop
ISO 6400, results are still far more than acceptable, and though image noise is
apparent, has a pleasing film-like structure
ISO 12,800 – 100% crop
suffers at the extended ISOs of 12,800 and 25,600 with chroma noise becoming
ISO 25,600 – 100% crop
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