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  1. The TO should try to understand that there is no such thing as the „real scene“ when it comes to capturing scenes with a sensor. There’s always processing needed and it‘s not Fuji specific. The viewfinder can only show a processed image if it‘s not an optical one. Fuji gives you more choices with the film simulations than some other manufacturers. It‘s a question of taste which simulation you find to be most „natural“ and many people like the Fuji renderings. If you don’t like any of the renderings you have to process the raw files to your own taste.
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  2. mdm

    Film Simulations are Worthless

    looks like a tunnel syndrome...
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  3. What you are proposing is adding a lot of extra steps and introducing more stressful ways for thing to go wrong even in settings such as landscape photography where usually folks are not in a hurry. For fast moving situations, that could be a disaster. mrPeter is showing you a good way to achieve what are looking for: natural live view. https://fujiframe.com/articles/natural-live-view-ettr/ “Turning Natural Live View ON disables the visual effects of in-camera JPG processing. This includes film simulation, white balance, shadow/highlight adjustments. Now the image you see is in the viewfinder and LCD is much closer to the raw output.”. If you want a different simulation than the default jpeg the camera gives you, quite a few raw developers offer the other Fujifilm choices or allow you to use ones that various people have came up with to get close to the film versions. If you look around the forum you can find the recipes listed.
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  4. Hello everybody I don't know if it's new or old but I believe windows can now natively view raf files. This might not be as exciting to everyone as most prob use an application like lightroom to view and sort out pictures, but to me it's pretty big. It can view compressed and uncompressed in the explorer and photos app. Just got excited and wanted to share.
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  5. citral

    X-E4 Rumor

    I've yet to read the manual but this could be finally an upgrade/companion for my x-e1. Note that for me, weight and compactness is of upmost importance because I hike multi days with my gear. I will keep the x-e1 forever because I think that sensor had the best jpegs ever though. Functionalities : the iso dial is clunky, never use it on my x100f, wheel is more convenient, or fn+dpad on x-e1, fine for me. Focus lever I only use if I put a manual m42 lens, or in very special circumstances on fuji lenses, won't be missed. The q menu I use quite a lot though, so that's something to check in the manual. The gain over x-e1 would be the tilting screen (when hiking it's not great to get dirty to take a flower for example), new film sims, great autonomy. Personally never missed wr on my fujis they handle rain fine, and it adds cost and weight. Ymmv. I get the complains that it looks dumbed down but I don't think it's really the case here. It's a design choice that I get, as long as there are alternatives to quick access preferred settings, it's ok. The goal is to take pictures anyway, not operate a hundred buttons. I set my iso, aperture, verify the speed is fine and shoot personally, rather than obsess over features.
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  6. This feature is really needed in the XT-3 - Please Please add it
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  7. Is there any news or possibility for the xt-3 to get a update for the double exposure function from xpro3? At the moment it’s so simplistic that it lacks most creative options and seems like a wasted opportunity. Would really be awesome to see the other options available on xt-3. Also any reason why Fuji doesn’t give the option of a raw file with the merged images, as far I could figure out Xpro3 also only has jpg. Anyone else hoping for a bit more from the double exposure option?
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