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HolidayBuyer's Guide

Low-ISO-sensitivity JPEGs

High-ISO-sensitivity JPEGs

X-E2 vs. X-E1 JPEGs, ISO 200

ISO 200 JPEG

ISO 800 JPEG

ISO 3200 JPEG

Flash

Color

Film simulation

Video

The X-E2's JPEGs are extremely good through ISO 1600; ISO 100 just looks soft because the camera seems to have front-focused without my realizing it.
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Up through ISO 6400 is usable depending upon what you're shooting. While the two expanded settings can be acceptable under the right conditions, the camera doesn't support raw in the expanded ranges.
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The X-E2's default settings clip shadow detail a lot more than the X-E1's at the same exposure settings, though it's all there in the raw files.
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The X-E2 is really good at resolving fine detail.
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The camera's JPEGs are really clean at ISO 800.
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Even at middle ISO sensitivities, the camera does a very good job of preserving detail.
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This is why I think all cameras need the onboard flash to tilt; it makes the difference between harsh and ugly, and usable.
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The X-E2 renders pretty accurate colors.
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The default color settings shift red hues just a tiny bit, but the Pro Neg High reproduces them well.
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This is a particularly egregious example of what happens when a high-frequency pattern interacts with a fast frame rate (60fps) on the X-Trans CMOS II sensor. It's harder to tell, but everything in the focal plane looks noticeably low-resolution during playback. Everything off the focal plane looks nice and well-resolved, though.
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