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Hello all.

 

I just received my 16mm f1.4 and today I went out to shoot and try it out.

 

Can anyone tell me why the jpg straight out of the camera looks so fuzzy all over and the raw file is perfectly sharp?

 

New to this lens so still kinda clueless.

 

Thanks.

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It looks like one of the advanced filter effects is turned on.

 

Have a look here: http://fujifilm-dsc.com/en/manual/x-t2_v21/taking_photo/filter/index.html

 

Omg, you are amazing it is on indeed. I was scared something broke.

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Never use that. Think it turned while I took my camera out of my bag. 

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Is it possible that you have your jpeg setting so low that you have lost resolution in that image.

 

Thanks for your answer

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He was right :

 

It looks like one of the advanced filter effects is turned on.

 

Have a look here: http://fujifilm-dsc....lter/index.html

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Hello all.

 

I just received my 16mm f1.4 and today I went out to shoot and try it out.

 

Can anyone tell me why the jpg straight out of the camera looks so fuzzy all over and the raw file is perfectly sharp?

 

New to this lens so still kinda clueless.

 

Thanks.

 

Great "TOY CAMERA" shot!

 

Lesson: Know you camera. Check your settings before shooting. Have fun!

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