Bracketing is hidden as a drive option set with the rear DRIVE button. 180º panorama mode, hand-held, Auto ISO 200/Auto DR 100%, 1/240 second at f/14.) The new Fujifilm FinePix X100 is put through a full review to find out how this camera performs in use. That’s just the tip of the iceberg. Autofocus isn't fast enough for movies, so I'd suggest using manual focus. This, manual describes how to use your FUJIFILM FinePix. The Fuji X100 has three finders: the optical finder (OVF), the electronic finder (EVF), and the rear LCD. It was easy to update, and I didn't have to install any of Fuji's software on my Mac, as the instructions implied. No worries, I use a plain filter, and simply pull it off when shooting directly into light sources. Unlike any real LEICA, the Fuji X100 provides through-the-lens viewing with polarizers, grads, and any kind of filter. The only clean finder for shooting is the optical finder. The only time I use this is for subjects with a lot of dark areas, in which case I set it to -2/3. See my section on the Silent Mode. As I set it, either in Program or in OVF POWER SAVE, the X100 limits the longest exposure time to 1/4 second.