I have a focus problem with my XF 10-24mm lens.
If I manually focus, using the hyper-focal distance, at 10mm and f11, the resulting image is only sharp in the centre. If I set the focus close to infinity, the whole image is sharp. In both cases the distance indicator shows front to back sharpness. I have to focus very carefully to get a sharp result. This is my second lens which is better than the first one I had but at 10mm I should be able to get a sharp result no matter what distance is
If you are looking for a low cost approach, you can get very good results with DarkTable, Capture One (Fuji Express version is free), RawTherapee or the Fujifilm supplied Raw File Converter EX V3.0 <-- the name is close but it is different than the Raw Studio application. Each one has their benefits as well as learning curves. The Raw File Converter EX V3.0 comes very close to matching Fuji's in-camera engine.
Each of these will give you the option to convert the RAF files into TIFF or
I know of a X-Trans worm effect that may be what you're referring to. Maybe 5 pixels long, with a L at the end, and hundreds of them. I usually see it at 50% zoom, and always at 100% zoom, more noticeable at high sensitivity. In my experience X-Trans produces more natural looking lines [than Bayer] at 25% zoom and less (and seems to do better at geometric designs, e.g.: tiny b&w lines), but Bayer seems to do better cropped in to 100% zoom (and at natural curves). Not sure if this is what
is there also some way to have the camera show both SS & ISO, when both are set to auto, and while using a manual lens? it's nice to know how what type of motion would be blurred and why amount of noise will be present in the raw.
I have posted here that my X-T4 freezes for about 10 seconds after turning it on. After the pause, everything works as normal. I called Fuji tech support in New Jersey this morning and discussed the problem. After being told that (a) they had not heard of similar problems and (b) that usually this type of problem is 'user error' , I am shipping my X-T4 to them for repair under warranty. I've upgraded firmware MANY times on X-T1, X-T2, and X-T3 cameras without issue. This is not a new process