Post by account_disabled on Dec 17, 2017 17:40:47 GMT
I haven't seen a lot of discussion about Fuji's X-Trans sensor dynamic range vs ISO in RAW so here's my take on it.
Since Fuji uses Sony sensors with their X-Trans proprietary color filter array, we could infer they'd have the same characteristics as their Alpha counterpart. My X-E2 most likely shares the same sensor as the A6000 but the big difference comes to the way the sensor is amplified at the analog level.
From my experience with Canon, Nikon, Sony, and Fuji, I've realized that each brand has their own strategy with dynamic range optimization: Canon's Highlight Tone Priority, Sony's DrO, Nikon's D-Lighting, Fuji's 100%, 200% and 400% DR. Any well-informed photographer will know that those optimizations only affect the in-camera jpeg files but ever since I got my hands on an X-E1, I noticed something curious and not that well documented out there.
Before I get into the details, here's how I think these brands get the most out of their sensors. Please Help.
I didn't find the right solution from the internet.