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Capturing Droplets with Fuji X-T1

April 20, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

The rain ending, I was bored and looked outside to see the rain gutter dripping. I decided to do some “high speed” photography and grabbed my Fuji X-T1 with the XF 50-140. I set my camera:

  • Shutter 1/8000 (mechanical)
  • Aperture 2.8
  • Zoom racked out to 140mm
  • Automatic white balance
  • Stovia simulation
  • JPEG fine/square
  • Color, sharpness, shadow and high light tone all “0”
  • Single point autofocus
  • Continuous focus
  • Continuous frame rate high (CH)
  • High Performance mode ON

The only variable was ISO. I tripped the shutter, this image being one result.

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A few more images can be seen in this gallery: http://goo.gl/sbU1Hd

The first four were shot at ISO 200 with neighbors house as backdrop. I changed position for the last five at ISO 800 with trees providing the background.


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