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  3. Hi Ondrejko! I have been using the XH2S since August and I never experienced the noise you describe. I would suggest contacting straight the Fujifilm's support. It would be good for the community to hear how the problem is going to be solved. Good luck!
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  5. 4,000 bucks for an H2 modified to monochrome from maxmax.com WHEW. jlmphotos, do you think Fuji will still come out with one? It's gotta be cheaper than MaxMax. I'll be first in line if they do.
  6. You can use your computer to search for the slowest shutter speed in the EXIF data of the photos. Then you know if the time intervals were too long or not.
  7. Well then good luck with your project. With the few people who are active in this forum and own an X-H2(s), you will probably wait forever for an answer...
  8. Because I think it's a better experience from users who own the camera.
  9. Because I think it's a better experience from users who own the camera.
  10. The setting was on auto. The lighting was different for each event/picture. As I watched the display during the processes all of them were typically less than 1/4 second. It displayed the shutter speed for each event as it took it and the display was on that event for 2 seconds. HMMM next run I will watch to see if this might be occurring if there is a total BLACK event. Thanks. P.S. I dont think there was but I might be wrong.
  11. Thank you so much for your reply. The red dot appeared whether I was shooting in RAW or highest def JPG. I will give some thought as to how I can test this further. If I remember correctly I ran 12 batches of 80-100 events. The events/pictures were all stored in 1 folder. I changed the file prefix for each batch. I shot in RAW mode. I believe I experienced the FUJI RED DOT once every 3 or 4 batches. When I would rerun the batch I don't believe the red dot reappeared for another 3-4 batches. So when I was finished all the events/pictures were in 1 folder with different prefixes on the file names. SO I think in the whole process of 800-1000 events /pictures I experienced the "FUJI Red Dot count down" 3-4 times.
  12. Thank you for that and the suggestions. I will give some thought as to how I can test this further. If I remember correctly I ran 12 batches of 80-100 events. The events/pictures were all stored in 1 folder. I changed the file prefix for each batch. I shot in RAW mode. I believe I experienced the FUJI RED DOT once every 3 or 4 batches. When I would rerun the batch I don't believe the red dot reappeared for another 3-4 batches. So when I was finished all the events/pictures were in 1 folder with different prefixes on the file names.
  13. It only took me 10 minutes... 😜
  14. Why don't you ask the manufacturer: Fujifilm ?
  15. I like the workaround, but has anyone got any idea how much an official repair would be?
  16. Hello! I've purchased a Fuji XH2S and look forward to getting to work together! Anyway, I was shooting some photos yesterday and noticed one thing I haven't come across yet. It has to do with image stabilization. When the IBIS is on in the camera body, the Fujina makes a whistling sound (kind of like Coil Whine in video cards). If you're shooting somewhere quiet and have the camera up to your head, you can hear it relatively enough. I tried to read up on this and found a video where the user hears a similar sound on the X-T4. https://youtube.com/shorts/1RidkWFs0X4?feature=share Since this is my first Fuji, my question is do you have experience with this too? Is it a feature or a fault of the piece? Do you hear something similar with your XH2S or XH2? I don't hear anything like that with the Sony. Thanks a lot.
  17. New XT5 setting up. I get a delayed storing image of 2 card before I can take anther shot in S.
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  19. The New Features Guide talks about autofocus improvement, but does not go into any detail as you can see below. Does anyone know more about the AF improvements? Thanks, Ben )
  20. Since a week I have a X-T3 (4.40) following my X-T2. It's a disaster connecting and using the Fujifilm iOS App. When it connects I can take one picture but the camera freezes and the fun is over. Basically not usable. I tried to use the App Cascable but it also freezes. Please Fujifilm, you also must have noticed?
  21. The Triangulum Galaxy -- Messier Object M33: (This is the equivalent of a 110 minute exposure). M33, a pretty, little, close by galaxy, is actually connected to The Andromeda Galaxy M31 (shown on the first page). Some speculate that sometime in the future, these two will crash into each other, or they could just keep going their separate ways. Speculation gets rather fanciful regarding this notion. More locally, visually seeing M33 is used as one of the criteria for determining a place's Bortle Scale Number, a measurement of how dark the sky is at night in that place vs how much light pollution or sky glow there is at that place. If you can see M33 without using binoculars or telescopes then that place has a low Bortle Number -- this also works the other way, if you are at a dark sky site and you can see M33, your night vision is in good shape. 😀 https://www.messier-objects.com/messier-33-triangulum-galaxy/ https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2019/messier-33-the-triangulum-galaxy https://skyandtelescope.org/astronomy-resources/light-pollution-and-astronomy-the-bortle-dark-sky-scale/
  22. After I upgraded my X-S10 to v2.60, the Bluetooth auto transfer is not working anymore. Normally when I turn off the camera when Bluetooth is on, the led light will keep flashing for Bluetooth connection, but now is not working anymore. Do u know how to fix that? Can the camera do a soft/hard reset?
  23. It's up again. No gene manipulation involved. Here you go again: https://www.fuji-x-forum.com/classifieds/ After the first ads are published they'll be advertised on the front page. Andreas
  24. Interesting question - I don't have an X-T200 to test but I'd suggest you try setting the camera so that its writing a jpg only - so that you could be sure it would write to the card in under 2 seconds - if you get the same problem it would imply its something other than the buffer.
  25. Welcome to our forum. I‘ve removed your personal e-mail address from your comment to prevent spam etc. Concerning your question, it‘s unlikely that the buffer of the X-T200 can hold 50+ photos. There must be another reason for the behavior and I supect something like reorganizing data on the card and/or creating new folders.
  26. Thanks. As it turns out I list some stuff for sale once at a very similarly named forum....
  27. Hello Everyone. I am a total newbee so I apologize up front if i violate and etiquette. Here is my question. Symptom: I have a controller that operates the shutter on my Fuji X-T200 camera so that it takes a picture every 2 seconds in sync with other events. After about 50 +- pictures are taken, a red dot comes on the camera display and it wont take another picture, until it finishes counting down from 5-7 seconds and it is now out of sync with what I have been doing by 1-2 events. The memory card I use is a SanDisk Extreme Pro 170 MB/s 128GB. Questions: Q1. My first guess is that it is a buffer filling up and then flushing to my SD memory card. Is this correct? Q2. Is there a way to configure the settings in my camera so it won’t buffer? But will store the picture to the SD immediately after its taken. Q3. Will a faster memory SD card speed up the process? ( I think probably not as it is probably the buffer memory speed of the camera that is the limiting factor.) Q4. The best solution is if I can find a signal or some sort, electrical, relay contact, blue-tooth or wireless, that tells me the camera is ready to take a (the next) picture. Thank you so much, Sincerely, Jim Towne
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