06 Jan Fujifilm X-T2 | How to use auto bracketing to capture more than three exposures
Source: Fujifilm Insider
I have been happy about Fujifilm X-T2 but there is one thing that I wish Fujifilm will improve with the next generation of X-T2. That is auto bracketing.
The auto bracketing feature on Fujifilm X-T2 only allows to take three exposures. For my landscape photography work, I sometimes want five exposures with one stop between exposures. That is to say, I want to capture -2, -1, 0, +1 and +2 exposures. Only capturing three exposures at a time, Fujifilm X-T2’s auto bracketing feature is not as easy to use as Nikon D750 that I was used to. But I found a workaround to capture six different exposures (-3, -2, -1, 0, +1, +2) very quickly with Fujifilm X-T2’s auto bracketing feature.
1. Change BKT setting to 2 stops between exposures
2. Use BKT shooting mode
3. Capture the first set of photos at -2, 0, +2 exposures
4. Change exposure compensation to -1 EV
5. Capture the second set of photos at -3, -1 and +1 exposures
6. Now you have six different exposures with 1 stop in between
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