I don't think there are Fuji "FX" lenses or mounts, it's "XF".
If I had your camera I would buy any XF or XC lens and expect it to work. I do have an X-T30 ii, pretty similar. I have lots of XF lenses.
XC lenses are made by Fuji and are cheaper, if it's cheap you want.
I wanted a lens with very few elements or element groups, and bought a Pergear lens for about $59 new. It only has 4 elements in 3 groups, IIRC. I also plan to use it if I ever think I might ruin the lens, like shooting something dangerous.
Please help me before I send it back. Do I have a bad copy of Fujinon 33mm f1.4?
I find it really soft off center (not even corner).
See print screens. I focused on the same spot, just moved focus point. I get same result over and over again.
(EDIT: After more testing I find that I can get sharper results off center but it's very inconsistent and not at all reliable. Focusing issues? It's not the camera, Ive have tried it on 3 different cameras)
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Hi everyone. I'm new here.
I recently bought an X-S20. It's really a decent camera but i encounteted something odd.
I linked my X-S20 with my phone via wifi using XApp. I enabled Auto Image Transfer Order so that images in X-S20 will be sent automatically to my phone whenever Xapp is activated.
When the camera is switched off while there are images queuing to be sent, the indicator lamp on the camera blinks green and orange. I know it is normal since it is only completely turned off until all images are sent to the phone. But sometimes the image transfer is discontinued due to connection problem or else. The problem is, after being disconnected, the camera seems not to identify the disconnection and keeps on blinking green and orange. If i switch the camera power button to ON, the camera will not show any response (but continues blinking). The only way to fix this problem is to take the battery out and put it bavk again.
Did anyone also encounter this problem? I would like to know how to fix it.