You first need to determine if it is the camera or the lens that is not working, it may be that the camera cannot change the lens aperture setting correctly, or, the lens aperture itself is not working correctly. You therefore need to run tests in manual mode. Set the ISO, set the aperture, then adjust the speed in increments for each shot and observe the results. Now do the same for a set ISO and set speed adjusting the lens aperture in increments and observe the results, that will prove if the camera speed adjustments are at fault or the lens aperture settings are at fault, if both work correctly then it points to an incompatibility between the camera and lens for auto adjustments.
While I was waiting on LR to support the X-T3 RAW files I did a trial of Capture One Pro Fujifilm... some comparison renders and thoughts on my site..
It was worth the time to learn the basics and render a few Fuji RAWs... Capture One Pro is a seriously good application for Fuji IMO
While I was waiting I decided to trial Capture One Pro... I wrote a brief article with some example images (processed in Lightroom and Capture One Pro)
Adobe might be supporting the X-T3 but I don't think that they will ever address the sharpening issues they have with X Trans sensors...
Fujinon Wildlife Lens Poll Recently Florian suggested a Fujinon XF400mm F4 for wildlife photography. As to expect, you guys discussed his idea, and made your own recommendations, which Florian now collected in the poll down below (thanks). Feel free to…
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