Fujifilm X20 Ken McMahon, October 2013
 
 

Fujifilm X20 sample images


The following images were taken with a Fujifilm X20. All shots were taken in Program auto mode unless stated otherwise and image stabilisation was enabled. The X20 was set to its best quality 12 Megapixel resolution Fine JPEG mode with Auto White Balance.

All of the images below are available to download in their original formats for analysis. Click on the desired image to access the files at Flickr.


Landscape: 5.03MB, Aperture priority, 1/2000, f4, 100 ISO, 7.1-28.4mm at 7.1mm (28mm equiv.)

Fujifilm X20 sample image
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Landscape: 3.62MB, Program auto, 1/900, f4.5, 100 ISO, 7.1-28.4mm at 7.1mm (28mm equiv.)
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Landscape: 3.87MB, Program auto, 1/900, f4.5, 100 ISO, 7.1-28.4mm at 7.1mm (28mm equiv.)
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Landscape:3.4MB, Program auto, 1/950, f6.4, 200 ISO, 7.1-28.4mm at 28.4mm (112mm equiv.)
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Landscape: 4.94MB, Program auto, 1/850, f4, 100 ISO, 7.1-28.4mm at 7.1mm (28mm equiv.)
Fujifilm X20 sample image
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Portrait: 5.03MB, Program auto, 1/480, f2.8, 100 ISO, 7.1-28.4mm at 28.4mm (112mm equiv.)
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Historic: 4.95MB, Program auto, 1/850, f2.8, 100 ISO, 7.1-28.4mm at 28.4mm (112mm equiv.)
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Landscape: 3.93MB, Program auto, 1/850, f3.6, 100 ISO, 7.1-28.4mm at 7.1mm (28mm equiv.)
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Interior: 3.85MB, Aperture priority, 1/40, f2.8, 800 ISO, 7.1-28.4mm at 28.4mm (112mm equiv.)
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Interior: 4.89MB, Program auto, 1/30, f2, 100 ISO, 7.1-28.4mm at 7.1mm (28mm equiv.)
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Silhouette: 3.22MB, Program auto, 1/110, f2.8, 100 ISO, 7.1-28.4mm at 28.4mm (112mm equiv.)
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Animal: 5.12MB, Program auto, 1/950, f4, 100 ISO, 7.1-28.4mm at 28.4mm (112mm equiv.)
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Landscape: 3.76MB, Program auto, 1/900, f4.5, 100 ISO, 7.1-28.4mm at 8.6mm (34mm equiv.)
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Cherries: 4.8MB, Program auto, 1/220, f2.2, 100 ISO, 7.1-28.4mm at 11.7mm (46mm equiv.)
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Bicycles: 4.15MB, Program auto, 1/500, f2.8, 100 ISO, 7.1-28.4mm at 28.4mm (112mm equiv.)
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Sunflowers: 3.57MB, Program auto, 1/1000, f2.8, 100 ISO +.33EV, 7.1-28.4mm at 28.4mm (112mm equiv.)
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Interior: 4.27MB, Program auto, 1/180, f2, 1600 ISO, 7.1-28.4mm at 7.1mm (28mm equiv.)
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