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How the Fujifilm X-Series Made Me Feel Inadequate

Recently there’s been a fair bit of hullaballoo about these new cameras Fuji has been bringing out – the X-series. X100, X-Pro 1, XE-1 and most recently the X-M1 or something like that. All touted as great cameras – the perfect blend of retro styling and cutting edge sensor technology, paring away anything extraneous to the act of shooting

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The Fuji X series – peerless walk-around cameras that can be adapted for wedding work, editorial work heck, even commercial work. Photography bloggers whom I respect and admire all clambered over each other to shout the praises of these lightweight wonder-cameras. They could do no wrong on the digital camera review sites, and quickly developed a cult following which exploded into a massive fanbase. The Fuji X-series. Messianic.

Of course, being easily swayed and ever-eager to spend money on new gear, I bought a pair of these exciting new cameras. The Fuji X100s, and the XE-1 with an M-mount adaptor.

Now, let me begin with a caveat: these cameras are great. They are.

For what you pay, these cameras perform well in pretty much every aspect. And the new sensor is great too. Just great. The retro styling reminded me of my Bessa rangefinder, which made it super intuitive to use and the slim form factor (relative to a dslr) made it easy to carry around all day. The perfect blend of everything I needed in a camera, or at least thought I needed. An affordable Leica that delivered the goods at a mere fraction of the price.

With these cameras I would be unstoppable. Invincible. No longer would I balk at the thought of lugging a dslr around all day – with these cameras I could carry an entire kit in a shoulder bag and never tire. With these cameras I would never miss a photo because I would always have a camera with me – I would become a street photography god and everyone would respect me.

With these cameras I would be stealthy, quick, unobtrusive, silent, a vessel for recording the extraordinary in the mundane of the everyday. My photography would change, my life would change, and happiness was just around the corner.

And yet the thing is, contrary to all my expectations, having bought these cameras, I did not morph into some Godzilla of street photography, or urban photography, or anything. Quite the opposite actually: I realized that my photos suck, although this didn’t happen immediately either.

I must have been in some gear-wanker denial stage – more in love with the perfect white-balance and skin tones that the X-trans sensor produced, than actually looking at what I was shooting. But slowly I realized – as I eagerly went back through the photos I had taken with these revolutionary new cameras – that I sucked, truly sucked, at photography.

Everything sucked, and was a complete cliche; the backs of people’s heads at a pedestrian crossing. Some perfunctory shots on a platform while waiting for my next train. The same photos from the same bar that I drink at regularly. OMG. It was sickening. Sure I carried a camera with me everywhere, but nothing had changed. I was still checking my phone more than paying attention to my surroundings. The only times I used the camera was when I was standing still between point A and point B ie: waiting at a crosswalk or waiting for a train.

I had sold myself some ridiculous theory that the new gear would change my approach to photography, would make me suddenly sit up and notice all of the cool photographic opportunities that happen on the street. No, in fact, what the Fuji X-series succeeded in doing was to remind me how bad I am at this craft, and how far I have to go.

Back to the Fujis kicking my ass and reminding me that I need to grow up a little more. This is a good thing for me. It was stupid of me to think that simply carrying around a camera from point A to point B will lead to better photos. I was drawn into the hype, even though I should have known better.

Any type of photography, whether it be portrait, wedding or street photography requires discipline and focus to improve and polish. Street photography requires you to be out and about, searching for interesting spots and interesting people. It requires you to GROW A PAIR OF NUTS and go and talk to people on the street. This is difficult for me.

But in the grand scheme of things, amongst the endless variety of thankless, demeaning, menial or dangerous jobs that I could be doing, it isn’t all that difficult a task to chat to a random stranger in order to get a photo. So I have the choice to pick up my socks, get out on the streets and really try to nail some work that I’m proud of, or I can sit back in my comfort zone and not create anything. Which to me is the equivalent of basically giving up water. So, I guess I really only have one choice then.

What I originally wanted from my X100s, and what I got from it are two very different things. What I wanted was the camera that would be the extension of my will, a camera that would make great images as long as I had it with me. What I got instead was the message that my will was weak, that I was spoilt from having too many great photographic subjects handed to me on a platter without having to go after them myself.

There’s a Japanese phrase that goes 「初心に戻る」Shoshin ni modoru, which means to go back and remember the feeling of being a beginner. It means that no matter how far you’ve come you shouldn’t forget the humility of starting out on something new. The Fuji X100s is a camera that will make you live that phrase. It’ll remind you that you still have a ways to go with your photography. The fixed 35mm equivalent lens forces you to get close and shoot, or not even bother. It won’t listen to your excuses. It’s a great camera if you’re hard on yourself and willing to do something about it.

I never expect street photography to be some kind of money maker for me – I don’t even expect it to get me any page views, ‘Likes’, or even teach a workshop about it, although I’m obviously qualified . What I really want is to make some photos that I’m proud of, and have intrinsic meaning to me. The X100s will make it difficult, but I’m pretty sure I can rise to its challenge.

About the author: Irwin Wong is an editorial photographer based in Tokyo, Japan. You can connect with him through his website and blog. This article originally appeared here.

Image credit: Fujifilm X-Series Cameras, February 25, 2012 by Maggie Osterberg. All other photographs by Irwin Wong.

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Ricoh GX200 Digital Camera Review

Ricoh have finally decided to ditch the Caplio name tag and in my opinion it wasn’t too soon. Does this mean Ricoh have made any other changes that will have any adverse affects on the specification of the camera?

Ricoh GX200: Specification

  • Resolution: 12.1Mp
  • Sensor type: 1/1.7in primary-colour CCD
  • Lens Focal length 24-72mm
  • Metering: Multi (256 segments), Centre-weighted, Spot
  • Aperture: f/2.5-f/4.4Ricoh GX200
  • Macro: Approx. 1cm
  • Lens: 11 elements in 7 groups
  • Zoom: 3x optical
  • Sensitivity: ISO64-1600
  • Monitor: 2.7in TFT LCD, approx. 460k dots
  • Image size: [4:3]4000×3000, 3264×2448
  • Recording format: RAW, JPEG
  • Interface: USB2.0
  • Battery: Li-Ion
  • Dimensions: 111.6×58×25mm
  • Weight: 208g

The GX200 at £400 offers a 12Mp CCD, 3x optical zoom and plenty of manual features for increasing your photographic quality including RAW recording and a new Smooth Imaging Engine III processor. Canon have the Powershot G9 at £100 less with the same resolution, larger 6x optical zoom and also has RAW recording with the new DIGIC III processor.

Alternatively, the Sigma DP-1 at £600 offers 14Mp on an APS-C sized sensor and dedicated TRUE sensor. It also has manual features, but lacks a zoom.

Ricoh GX200: Modes and features
As amused as I was to see the GX100 when it first came out the box, this time I was ready for seeing a camera that was, in essence, a bunch of squares stuck together. However the design of the predecessor must have struck a positive note with users as the GX200 is identical in appearance with the exception of a slightly larger screen on the back.

The layout has been modified slightly and the GX200 now sports a function button on the left navigation pad as well as the one on top of the camera.

The lens sticks out Ricoh GX200 slightly at the front running level with the overhanging built-in flash but with the lens cap fitted, it pushes the front out by about 5mm. A small button just to the side of the lens is for removing the lens bezel allowing you to add lens attachments such as zoom or wide angle adapters.

The top of the GX200 is exactly the same as the GX100 with a flash switch and the newly named fn1 button on the left shoulder while on the other side of the flash is a large expanse of space to hold a small power button, shutter release and mode dial. Sitting on the ledge of a small outcropping of the grip is a function dial for rotating through the menu options which are displayed on the screen.

Similarly to the top of the camera, the back has all the same buttons from the previous model. The VF/LCD button is for switching between the screen and the electronic viewfinder that comes supplied in certain kits. The viewfinder plugs into a port underneath the hotshoe which it sits on. A number of problems crop up with this Ricoh GX200 device: Firstly, the screen in the viewfinder isn’t very good and it’s simply easier to use the large screen on the rear of the camera. Secondly, while the viewfinder is being used, additional flash units can’t be fitted. Finally, despite being provided with a cover, the removable viewfinder could get knocked out of alignment if it gets in the way.

The viewfinder is the VF-1 model which the same that’s used on the GX100.

The Adjustment button has five dedications of which four can be changed if necessary. The AE/AF target shift can’t be changed but the exposure compensation, white balance, ISO and resolution can all be changed.

The function buttons can also be assigned different actions which is useful for a full day doing the same type of photography or if you have a particular function or style you like to stick to.

The buttons are set in the menu and can be assigned to features such as resolution, colour, focusing, white balance or ISO.

The mode option has been removed on the newer model and the up button on the navigation pad is now blank. It would have been nice to add a feature here such as a quick focus or metering button to leave the function buttons free for other features.

The zoom rocker is still too small in my opinion, but people with smaller hands shouldn’t find this a problem. The rest of the buttons are the regular ones you’d find on any compact such as playback, flash options, macro and self timer. The display button scrolls through the options of thirds grid, no information, information and histogram. The option to turn the screen off is added when the viewfinder is attached by pressing the VF/LCD button.

Ricoh GX200: Build and handling
Just like its predecessor, the GX200 is well made with a metal skeleton and a pleasant feeling plastic shell. The battery bay door is sturdy with little flex and I’m pleased to see a metal tripod bush. The same 24-72mm zoom lens has been used as on the earlier model and is still nice and smooth with small step increments. I stil maintain that they could have added a 4x optical zoom with no adverse problems.

Because of the materials used to build the camera, it’s slightly heavy for a compact in general but is lighter than similar ranged products such as the Sigma DP-1 and Canon Powershot G9.

Once you’ve mastered how to handle the function buttons and can work your way around the menu the rest simply falls into place.

Ricoh GX200: Performance
In the shutter lag test, the Ricoh GX200 fared a little slower than other compacts with a consistent result of 0.12sec which is about 0.04sec slower.

Once I’d finished using the shutter lag images, I wanted to do a selective erase so I didn’t remove the pictures I needed. Although this feature is available, it’s not overly forward at making itself known. When in playback, pressing the wide-angle button of the zoom rocker changes the images to thumbnails displaying around 20 shots at once. Then pressing the delete button over the shots you wish to remove will highlight them then pressing ok at the end will delete the selected images.

Ricoh GX200
The portrait shot.

For the portrait test, I changed the camera to the portrait setting as well as taking a shot in aperture-priority and with a flash.

The portrait mode appears to boost the skin tones to give them a healthier glow as well as adding a little more dynamic range and giving smoother skin.

Aperture-priority gives a harsher result with a cooler tone that can be seen easily in the background wall.

The shot with the flash has filled in the shadows nicely, added some catchlights and balanced the whites out.

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The portrait in aperture priority mode.
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The portrait with flash.
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Most of the colours are pretty faithful but the blue has been oversaturated.

The primary blue on the colour test chart is dark suggesting an over saturation from the processor. The other blues support this theory being quite rich as well.

The red and yellow colours are nicely balanced and I like the skin tone despite it being a bit too pink. The mono tones are good although I’d ask for the black to be a fraction more black than what it is.

The earthy tones are just that and the pastel colours in the surrounding tiles are acceptable.

The Ricoh GX200 has a close focusing of 1cm and in previous tests of other models with a similar capability, I think that the lens has a tendency to block out a lot of light. The shot of the flowers stamen is a little further away than the minimum distance but I wanted to see if the macro facility would automatically focus on the closest possible subject. This result shows that it doesn’t, so the AF adjustment will need to be employed or focusing in spot AF and reframing.

Ricoh GX200
The macro image.

The Ricoh GX200 has three continuous shooting modes and the standard setting managed 13 images in ten seconds while the S-Continuous (Stream) mode shot 16 images in two seconds but then stopped and took a further four seconds to download to the card. The images taken in this mode were all put onto one image which I fail to see the point of.

The other recording mode is called M-Continuous (memory-reversal) shooting and will record the previous two seconds of shooting while you hold down the shutter release. When the button is released, the camera transfers those two seconds to the card as one image.

These features were noted on the Ricoh R8 and while I mentioned that they could be useful I think it’ll take a lot of practice to get it right.

Ricoh GX200: Focusing and metering
Focusing speed of the GX200 is approximately just under two seconds which I think is quite slow. The reason being is that the camera will go through the entire focal plane trying to find a sharp subject before it settles. It does this by just tapping the shutter button which is nice if your finger slips, but otherwise time consuming.

Ricoh GX200
Adjusting the AF target lock to the bottom left corner brings the petals into focus sending the marguerite out and giving an alternative angle to a standard shot.
Ricoh GX200
Adjusting the target to the background brings the flower into focus with a row of blurry petals leading the eye into the frame.

The focus and metering are both adjustable on the GX200 and this feature is accessed by pressing the adjustment lever like a button. You can move through the tabs using the lever then use the navigation pad to choose the desired option. The AF and AE can’t be moved independently of one another in the AF/AE target lock.

Ricoh GX200
Metering from the grass using the AE target feature. The cloudy day reduced contrast.
Ricoh GX200
Metering from the sky brings more detail to the clouds just before the heavens opened.

I metered for the sky in the shot of Goodwood house and because it was a cloudy day, it didn’t affect the overall exposure but brought out some detail in the clouds. Conveniently, the screen will darken and brighten as you move the AE target around so you can get an idea of what the exposure will look like.

Ricoh GX200: Noise test
It seems apt that after mentioning the Ricoh R8, we should come to the noise test. I was disappointed with the R8’s performance in the test and it’s unfortunate that the GX200 has the same problem. Looking at the GX100 review, the same noise result is there, but I’ve been more lenient so maybe I’m being too hard on Ricoh for this. However they have listed the GX range as professional on their site so you should expect professional results. The sensor is smaller than other cameras, which accounts for more noise, so maybe Ricoh need to rethink the sensor they use.

The image really starts to degrade from ISO400 onwards and at ISO800 coloured pixels start to creep in. The highest setting of ISO1600 has so much noise the image borders on hazy.

Ricoh GX200: Verdict
I mentioned in the review of the GX100 and still maintain a year later that Ricoh aren’t taken as seriously as what they should be. Because they’ve been pretty quiet through the years, they’ve been overlooked by the regular consumers in favour of the bigger, more well known brands. What people fail to realise is that throughout this time, Ricoh have released some outstanding cameras.

You could do a lot worse than owning a camera like this and if you have £400 to spend on a well-built, high spec compact with manual features then this is the camera for you.

Ricoh GX200: Plus points
Excellent build
Good macro
AF/AE adjustment
Good portrait mode

Ricoh GX200: Minus points
Bad noise
Separate viewfinder
Still no shutter priority

FEATURES

HANDLING

PERFORMANCE

OVERALL

Despite the GX200 having issues with noise, the camera’s performance and features outweigh the negative points. Because of that I’ve given the camera a highly recommended award.

The Ricoh GX200 costs around £400 with the viewfinder and £350 without.

It’s available from the ePHOTOzine shop here.

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