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  1. Good evening everyone, I was wondering why when reviewing a Raw image on the cameras LCD screen, that the zoom level is less than when reviewing a Jpg image? If I set the camera to Fine+Raw then I can also zoom in a lot further, as I assume the camera is using the Jpg for zooming. Just curious. Thanks
  2. Hi Andy There is an excellent X-T10 online manual found here: http://fujifilm-dsc.com/en/manual/x-t10/
  3. This might help: Pressing and holding the Menu/OK button for about 3-5 seconds will lock the Q and Fn buttons for you and pressing again will unlock. -)
  4. I don't own an X-Pro1 but there is something really nice about the .jpg look of that camera that seems missing in the latest cameras such as the X-T1/2 and XT-10. I can't quite put my finger on it.... I just found this that puts it better than I can: https://adambonn.com/my-love-affair-with-the-fujifilm-x-pro1/xp1-five/
  5. I'd like to see all the great things from the X-T2 in a camera like the X-Pro2. I love the rangefinder look rather than the X-T2 DSLR look. Seeing as both camera's have the same sensor I'd love to see fuji give the X-Pro2 an upgrade on par with the X-T2 but I might be asking for an X-Pro3 there. :-)
  6. davek

    In the back

    Yes I like it. It sort of has a dimension to it, and the wet floor reflections are cool. Nearly everyone is holding something which is indicative of modern life i.e smartphones. I like the way that the woman left is looking down the guy in the middle is looking straight ahead and the other guy is looking up. I also like the way that the woman's coat is hitched slightly by her bag and the same for the guy far right by his rucksack. Technically, it's a good exposure but maybe a little soft. A very interesting image (for me anyways :-)
  7. Anyone using this? Is it any good? Thanks 35mm F1.6 II Prime Lens for Fujifilm X-Mount X-Pro1 X-Pro2 X-E1 X-E2 X-A1 X-M1 http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/35mm-F1-6-II-Prime-Lens-for-Fujifilm-X-Mount-X-Pro1-X-Pro2-X-E1-X-E2-X-A1-X-M1-/182198230188?hash=item2a6bdc5cac:g:wFwAAOSwLqFV7yMs
  8. Fuji X-T2 vs Fuji X-Pro2 http://thenewcamera.com/fuji-x-t2-vs-fuji-x-pro2/
  9. Taken with a £10 Miranda 28mm f/2.8 lens. Those old film lenses are brilliant. Tomato by Fridge Light by Dave Kelly, on Flickr
  10. Long press the button you wish to assign. There is an X-T10 online manual here that is very handy :-) http://fujifilm-dsc.com/en/manual/x-t10/
  11. This might help: Pressing and holding the Menu/OK button for about 3-5 seconds will lock the Q and Fn buttons for you and pressing again will unlock. -)
  12. The X-T10 and the 18-55 kit lens are nothing short of amazing. I come from years of using a Canon 5D MKII, 50D plus a bunch of expensive glass. The Fuji makes you think harder about your photography and is a joy to use. Even hunting eBay for old film lenses to use with the camera is fun.... Life is short, live for the now, and dont listen to others. Take the great advice in this forum and buy your Fuji. :-) All the best.
  13. Just a thought, have you tried different batteries? It could be an issue with old batteries, try a new battery maybe?....
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