[IMAGE QUALITY SETTING] (Still Photography)
Adjust image quality settings for still photography.
To display image quality settings, press [MENU/OK] in the shooting display and select the H[(IMAGE QUALITY SETTING)] tab.
The options available vary with the shooting mode selected.
Choose the size and aspect ratio at which still pictures are recorded.
|O[3:2]||6240 × 4160|
|O[16:9]||6240 × 3512|
|O[1:1]||4160 × 4160|
|P[3:2]||4416 × 2944|
|P[16:9]||4416 × 2488|
|P[1:1]||2944 × 2944|
|Q[3:2]||3120 × 2080|
|Q[16:9]||3120 × 1760|
|Q[1:1]||2080 × 2080|
The following options are available in [SPORTS FINDER MODE] and when [1.25X CROP] is selected in burst mode:
|P[3:2]||4992 × 3328|
|P[16:9]||4992 × 2808|
|P[1:1]||3328 × 3328|
[IMAGE SIZE] is not reset when the camera is turned off or another shooting mode is selected.
Choose a file format and compression ratio.
|[FINE]||Low compression ratios are used for higher-quality images.|
|[NORMAL]||Higher compression ratios are used to increase the number of images that can be stored.|
|[FINE + RAW]||Record both RAW and fine-quality JPEG images.|
|[NORMAL + RAW]||Record both RAW and normal-quality JPEG images.|
|[RAW]||Record RAW images only.|
The Function Buttons
To toggle RAW image quality on or off for a single shot, assign [RAW] to a function button (aAssigning Roles to the Function Buttons). Press the button once to select the option in the right column, again to return to the original setting (left column).
|Option currently selected for [IMAGE QUALITY]||Option selected by pressing function button to which [RAW] is assigned|
|[FINE]||[FINE + RAW]|
|[NORMAL]||[NORMAL + RAW]|
|[FINE + RAW]||[FINE]|
|[NORMAL + RAW]||[NORMAL]|
Choose whether to compress RAW images.
|[UNCOMPRESSED]||RAW images are not compressed.|
|[LOSSLESS COMPRESSED]||RAW images are compressed using a reversible algorithm that reduces file size with no loss of image data. The images can be viewed in Capture One Express Fujifilm, RAW FILE CONVERTER EX, FUJIFILM X RAW STUDIO, or other software that supports “lossless” RAW compression. Quality is the same as [UNCOMPRESSED], but files are anywhere from about 10 to 70 percent smaller.|
|[COMPRESSED]||RAW images are compressed using a “lossy”, non-reversible algorithm. Quality is about the same as [UNCOMPRESSED], but files are anywhere from about 50 to 70 percent smaller.|
Simulate the effects of different kinds of film, including black-and-white (with or without color filters). Choose a palette according to your subject and creative intent.
|Ideal for a wide range of subjects.|
|Vibrant reproduction, ideal for landscape and nature.|
|Softer color and contrast for a more subdued look.|
|Soft color and enhanced shadow contrast for a calm look.|
[PRO Neg. Hi]
|Ideal for portrait with slightly enhanced contrast.|
[PRO Neg. Std]
|Ideal for portrait with soft gradations and skin tones.|
|Enhanced color with hard tonality to increase image depth.|
|Soft color and rich shadow tone suitable for film look movie.|
|Unique color with low saturation and high contrast. Suitable for still and movie.|
Shoot in Black and White In rich details with sharpness. Available with yellow ([Ye]), red ([R]), and green ([G]) filters, which deepen shades of gray corresponding to hues complementary to the selected color.
Shoots in black and white. Available with yellow ([Ye]), red ([R]), and green ([G]) filters, which deepen shades of gray corresponding to hues complementary to the selected color.
|Shoots in sepia tone.|
Film simulation options can be combined with tone and sharpness settings.
Film simulation settings can also be accessed via shortcuts (aShortcut Options).
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Add a reddish or bluish tinge (warm or cool color cast) to the a[ACROS] and b[MONOCHROME] monochrome film simulations. Color can be adjusted on the [WARM]–[COOL] and [G] (Green)–[M] (Magenta) axes.
Add a film grain effect.
|[STRONG]||Choose for rougher grains.|
|[WEAK]||Choose for smoother grains.|
|[OFF]||Turn the effect off.|
|[LARGE]||Choose for coarser grains.|
|[SMALL]||Choose for finer grains.|
[COLOR CHROME EFFECT]
Increase the range of tones available for rendering colors that tend to be highly saturated, such as reds, yellows, and greens.
|[STRONG]||Choose for a strong effect.|
|[WEAK]||Choose for a weak effect.|
|[OFF]||Turn the effect off.|
[COLOR CHROME FX BLUE]
Increase the range of tones available for rendering blues.
|[STRONG]||Choose for a strong effect.|
|[WEAK]||Choose for a weak effect.|
|[OFF]||Turn the effect off.|
For natural colors, choose a white balance option that matches the light source.
|WA[WHITE PRIORITY]||White balance is adjusted automatically. Choose for whiter whites in scenes lit by incandescent bulbs.|
|[AUTO]||White balance is adjusted automatically.|
|AA[AMBIENCE PRIORITY]||White balance is adjusted automatically. Choose for warmer whites in scenes lit by incandescent bulbs.|
|k/l/m||Measure a value for white balance.|
|k||Choose a color temperature.|
|i||For subjects in direct sunlight.|
|j||For subjects in the shade.|
|k||Use under “daylight” fluorescent lights.|
|l||Use under “warm white” fluorescent lights.|
|m||Use under “cool white” fluorescent lights.|
|n||Use under incandescent lighting.|
|g||Reduces the blue cast typically associated with underwater lighting.|
In conditions in which [AUTO] fails to produce the desired results—for example, under certain types of lighting or in close-ups of portrait subjects—use custom white balance or choose a white balance option suited to the light source.
White balance is adjusted for flash lighting only in [AUTO], WA[WHITE PRIORITY], AA[AMBIENCE PRIORITY], and g modes. Turn the flash off using other white balance options.
White balance options can also be accessed via shortcuts (aShortcut Options).
Fine-Tuning White Balance
Pressing [MENU/OK] after selecting a white balance option displays the dialog shown at right; use the selector to fine-tune white balance or press [DISP/BACK] to exit without fine-tuning.
To exit without fine-tuning white balance, press [DISP/BACK] after selecting a white balance option.
You cannot tilt the focus stick diagonally when fine-tuning white balance.
Custom White Balance
Choose k, l, or m to adjust white balance for unusual lighting conditions using a white object as a reference (colored objects can also be used to lend photos a color cast). A white balance target will be displayed; position and size the target so that it is filled by the reference object and press the shutter button all the way down to measure white balance (to select the most recent custom value and exit without measuring white balance, press [DISP/BACK], or press [MENU/OK] to select the most recent value and display the fine-tuning dialog).
- If “[COMPLETED] !” is displayed, press [MENU/OK] to set white balance to the measured value.
- If “[UNDER]” is displayed, raise exposure compensation and try again.
- If “[OVER]” is displayed, lower exposure compensation and try again.
Changing the color temperature changes overall hue.
Color temperature can be adjusted to make pictures “warmer” or “colder” or deliberately produce colors that differ radically from those in real life.
Select k in the white balance menu.
A list of color temperatures will be displayed.
Press the selector up or down to highlight a color temperature and press [MENU/OK].
A fine-tuning dialog will be displayed.
You can also adjust color temperature in increments of 10 K by rotating the rear command dial.
To exit without fine-tuning white balance, press [DISP/BACK] after choosing a color temperature.
Press the selector up, down, left, or right to highlight a fine-tuning amount.
The changes will be applied. The selected color temperature will appear in the display.
Color temperature is an objective measure of the color of a light source, expressed in Kelvin (K). Light sources with a color temperature close to that of direct sunlight appear white; light sources with a lower color temperature have a yellow or red cast, while those with a higher color temperature are tinged with blue.
Control contrast. Choose lower values to increase contrast when shooting indoors or under overcast skies, higher values to reduce loss of detail in highlights when photographing high-contrast scenes. Higher values are recommended for scenes that include both sunlight and deep shade, for such high-contrast subjects as sunlight on water, brightly-lit autumn leaves, and portraits taken against a blue sky, and for white objects or people wearing white.
Mottling may appear in pictures taken at higher values. Choose a value according to the scene.
If [AUTO] is selected, the camera will automatically choose either V[100%] or W[200%] according to the subject and shooting conditions. Shutter speed and aperture will be displayed when the shutter button is pressed halfway.
W[200%] is available at sensitivities of from ISO 320 to ISO 12800, X[400%] at sensitivities of from ISO 640 to 12800.
[D RANGE PRIORITY]
Reduce loss of detail in highlights and shadows for natural-looking results when photographing high-contrast scenes.
|[AUTO]||Contrast is adjusted automatically in response to lighting conditions.|
|[STRONG]||Adjust dynamic range by a large amount for very high-contrast scenes.|
|[WEAK]||Adjust dynamic range by a smaller amount for moderately high-contrast scenes.|
|[OFF]||Contrast reduction off.|
[WEAK] is available at sensitivities of from ISO 320 to ISO 12800, [STRONG] at sensitivities of from ISO 640 to 12800.
When an option other than [OFF] is selected, [TONE CURVE], and [DYNAMIC RANGE] will be adjusted automatically; if you wish to adjust these settings manually, choose [OFF].
With reference to a tone curve, adjust the appearance of highlights or shadows, making them harsher or softer. Choose higher values to make shadows and highlights harsher, lower values to make them softer.
|[HIGHLIGHTS]||-2 to +4|
|[SHADOWS]||-2 to +4|
Adjust color density. Choose higher values to increase saturation, lower values to reduce it.
Sharpen or soften outlines. Choose higher values for sharper outlines, lower values for softer outlines.
[HIGH ISO NR]
Reduce noise in pictures taken at high sensitivities. Choose higher values to reduce noise and smooth outlines, lower values to leave outlines visible.
Increase definition while altering tones in highlights and shadows as little as possible. Choose higher values for increased definition, lower values for a softer effect.
[LONG EXPOSURE NR]
Select [ON] to reduce mottling in long time-exposures.
[LENS MODULATION OPTIMIZER]
Select [ON] to improve definition by adjusting for diffraction and the slight loss of focus at the periphery of the lens.
Choose the gamut of colors available for color reproduction.
|[sRGB]||Recommended in most situations.|
|[Adobe RGB]||For commercial printing.|
Use this option if you notice bright spots in your pictures.
Press [MENU/OK] in the shooting display and select the H[IMAGE QUALITY SETTING] tab.
Highlight [PIXEL MAPPING] and press [MENU/OK] to perform pixel mapping.
Results are not guaranteed.
Be sure the battery is fully charged before beginning pixel mapping.
Pixel mapping is not available when the camera temperature is elevated.
Processing may take a few seconds.
x[SELECT CUSTOM SETTING]
Settings can be recalled from any of the seven custom settings banks.
|[CUSTOM 1]||[CUSTOM 2]||[CUSTOM 3]|
|[CUSTOM 4]||[CUSTOM 5]||[CUSTOM 6]|
x[EDIT/SAVE CUSTOM SETTING]
Save up to 7 sets of custom camera settings for commonly-encountered situations. Saved settings can be recalled using H[IMAGE QUALITY SETTING] > x[SELECT CUSTOM SETTING].
Photo menu settings can be adjusted when the [STILL]/[MOVIE] mode dial is rotated to [STILL].
Select H[IMAGE QUALITY SETTING] in the shooting menu, then highlight x[EDIT/SAVE CUSTOM SETTING] and press [MENU/OK].
Highlight a custom settings bank and press [MENU/OK] to select.
Highlight [EDIT] and press [MENU/OK].
A list of shooting menu options will be displayed.
To store current camera settings in the selected bank, highlight [SAVE CURRENT SETTINGS] and press [MENU/OK].
To restore default settings for the current bank, select [RESET].
Banks can be renamed using [EDIT CUSTOM NAME].
Highlight an item you wish to store in the custom settings bank and press [MENU/OK].
Adjust settings for the selected item.
Press [MENU/OK] to save changes to the selected item and return to the menu item list.
Adjust additional items as desired.
Pressing [DISP/BACK] in the menu item list displays a confirmation dialog. Highlight [OK] and press [MENU/OK] to save the settings to the selected bank.
xF[MOUNT ADAPTER SETTING]
Adjust settings for lenses attached via a mount adapter.
Choosing a Focal Length
Choose a lens number from [LENS 1] through [LENS 6] and enter the lens' true focal length.
Choose from [STRONG], [MEDIUM], or [WEAK] options to correct [BARREL] or [PINCUSHION] distortion.
Color Shading Correction
Color (shading) variations between the center and edges of the frame can be adjusted separately for each corner.
To use color shading correction, follow the steps below.
Rotate the rear command dial to choose a corner. The selected corner is indicated by a triangle.
Use the selector to adjust shading until there is no visible difference in color between the selected corner and the center of the image.
- Press the selector left or right to adjust colors on the cyan–red axis.
- Press the selector up or down to adjust colors on the blue–yellow axis.
To determine the amount required, adjust color shading correction while taking photos of blue sky or a sheet of gray paper.
Peripheral Illumination Correction
Choose from values between -5 and +5. Choosing positive values increases peripheral illumination, while choosing negative values reduces peripheral illumination. Positive values are recommended for vintage lenses, negative values to create the effect of images taken with an antique lens or a pinhole camera.
To determine the amount required, adjust peripheral illumination correction while taking photos of blue sky or a sheet of gray paper.
EDIT LENS NAME
Change the lens name.