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  1. My Godox X1T-F trigger does not work with my new X100f. Works fine with my XT-1 and XT-2 bodies. My x100f will trigger flashes using the Flash Q triggers or my Paul Buff Cybersync transceiver so I don't think its anything with the camera menu settings but a compatibility issue with Godox. I would like to be able to use the Godox trigger on all my cameras as I'm using Godox flashes. Does anyone know what the issue might be and how to resolve it? Thanks
  2. I think the 14 f2.8 is one of Fuji's most underrated lenses, I can't imagine parting with it. I'm using the 14, 23f1..4, 35f2, 56 prime line up and it's just a killer combo. That said I'm not sure there is a better wide angle lens capable of bokeh like the 16 in any APS-C system.
  3. Will not fire flash. Works fine on X-T1 and X-T2. Cybersyncs work on the X100s fine so I suspect a compatibility issue. Does anyone know if this is a firmware issue or a fix? Would be nice to work with on transmitter/flash ecosystem on the different Fuji bodies. Thanks
  4. I have the same issue. One month old camera. X-T2s have an electrical issue and I'm surprised Fuji hasn't found this and fixed it. Some of them simply seize up...it just happens. It's not overheating, grips, faulty SD cards, or batteries...it's just a reliability or quality control issue and once the store's return period expires you have to rely on the warranty repair and invariably Fuji will not be able to duplicate the error. This is my conclusion after spending hours of researching this online this evening. If you are one of the unlucky owners you just have to deal with the gremlins
  5. My relatively new X-T2 locked up during a paid shoot today. I was doing a shoot for a pilates studio and after finishing some outdoor headshots moved inside to start on some environmental shots. When I went to power the camera back on there was no power, totally locked up. Cycling power didn't help. I ended up removing the battery grip and the battery from the camera body, reinstalling the battery and it powered up for the rest of the session. Camera is about a month old, bought new from B&H, batteries were Fuji OEM batteries designed for the X-T2 with the "S" designation. Memory
  6. My X-T2 arrived today and I began the search for spare batts looking for the NP-126S vs the NP-126 "non S" aka X-T1. I realize the X-T1 batts can be used but I'm having difficulty finding non-Fuji batts specifically for the X-T2. All of the usual suspects such as Wasabi, Watson, Adorama's Green Machine etc for the X-T2 are all labeled NP-126. Am I missing something? Thanks
  7. Happening now at B&H and Adorama. $1399 shipped next day.
  8. B&H and Adorama are selling them with the $200 instant rebate, $1399 shipped next day.
  9. For those in the US B&H and Adorama are now selling X-T2s new with next day shipping for $1399 including some extras. That finally did it for me and I ordered one. Still keeping my X-T1 as a back-up.
  10. I'm facing the same dilemma and am on the fence with sticking with the D750 or going to the X-T2. I've been using the X-T1 and frankly there is simply no comparison with the D750. I seem to get much better results with far less effort from the Nikon. I can work much faster and find no discernible difference in the images coming out of my $350 Nikkor 85mm and the Fuji 56mm...none at all. The D750 will focus in near cave darkness without the focus assist lamp and it nails focus 100% of the time without fail. White balance is much easier and what I see on the monitor is much more consistent
  11. Curious whether Godox speed lights labeled for Fuji can be controlled remotely off camera from Nikon DSLRs provided one is using the Nikon compatible X-1T transmitter? Or are the ecosystems pure and not cross-compatible? Thanks
  12. I've noticed when doing studio portraits that when I pull the images into LR on my Mac they appear about 1 stop underexposed. The images look great on my cameras LCD and look normally exposed. I did a comparison with my Nikon D7100 and what I see on camera matches my Mac perfectly. I guess I could adjust my X-T1 screen brightness down a bit (its set to default) to try and compensate but its still rather annoying. I like to nail the exposure perfectly in camera. Problem doesn't seem as prevalent when shooting in existing light/outdoors. Has anyone noticed this?
  13. Thanks folks...I'll check out the 90mm as well just to compare. I wish Fuji had a 135 f2...maybe that will come down the road.
  14. That website is FujiLove's magazine so I'm not sure what set up they were using with the YN-560 and the Godox. I have 2 SB-800 flashes. I have no problem triggering them optically using the X100's commander mode provided there is line of sight. I've triggered the SB-800s wirelessly using the X100s with Pocket Wizards, FlashQ triggers, Paul C Buff's Cybersync triggers and Nikon sync cables (as in my profile pic here). I have heard of compatibility issues with Yongnuo(YN) triggers and Nikon flashes so would avoid those.
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