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EXIF tags for film simulation in X100F images


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In case useful to others, I've mapped the EXIF info for the various film simulations offered by the Fuji X100F.

 

You need to read 2 tags (FilmMode and Saturation) to get the full information. 

I've used exiftool, a command-line tool, to get this. I am on a Mac but exiftool is freely available on most platforms.

 

(Now if someone could find out whether whether usage of the built-in ND filter is captured in EXIF...)

# exiftool -m -s -f -FilmMode -Saturation *.JPG
======== Acros+G.JPG
FilmMode                        : -
Saturation                      : Unknown (0x503)
======== Acros+R.JPG
FilmMode                        : -
Saturation                      : Unknown (0x501)
======== Acros+Ye.JPG
FilmMode                        : -
Saturation                      : Unknown (0x502)
======== Acros.JPG
FilmMode                        : -
Saturation                      : Unknown (0x500)
======== ClassicChrome.JPG
FilmMode                        : Unknown (0x600)
Saturation                      : Normal
======== Monochrome+G.JPG
FilmMode                        : -
Saturation                      : B&W Green Filter
======== Monochrome+R.JPG
FilmMode                        : -
Saturation                      : B&W Red Filter
======== Monochrome+Ye.JPG
FilmMode                        : -
Saturation                      : B&W Yellow Filter
======== Monochrome.JPG
FilmMode                        : -
Saturation                      : None (B&W)
======== ProNegHi.JPG
FilmMode                        : Pro Neg. Hi
Saturation                      : Normal
======== ProNegStd.JPG
FilmMode                        : Pro Neg. Std
Saturation                      : Normal
======== Sepia.JPG
FilmMode                        : -
Saturation                      : B&W Sepia
======== astia-soft.JPG
FilmMode                        : F1b/Studio Portrait Smooth Skin Tone (Astia)
Saturation                      : Normal
======== provia-standard.JPG
FilmMode                        : F0/Standard (Provia)
Saturation                      : Normal
======== velvia-vivid.JPG
FilmMode                        : F2/Fujichrome (Velvia)
Saturation                      : Normal
Edited by dmd29
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