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    Greybeard got a reaction from Ruta in image sharpness   
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    Greybeard got a reaction from jerryy in image sharpness   
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    Greybeard got a reaction from Dimitrisot in Fujicell NP-W126 in a X-S10   
    I hesitate to give advice about safety but it does tell you in the manual to charge using a cable
    https://fujifilm-dsc.com/en/manual/x-s10/first_step/battery_charge/
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    Greybeard got a reaction from CatsAreGods in Fujicell NP-W126 in a X-S10   
    The NP-W126S batteries replaced the original NP-W126 about 5 years - supposedly they manage heat better - especially useful for 4K video.
    I use an external charger but it's probably more habit than anything else. After taking photos I remove the card and the battery. Stick the battery in a charger and the card in a card reader.
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    Greybeard got a reaction from JanJ in Changed shutter speed selection with 2.10 firmware in A mode and manual lens   
    Yes - you right - it happens with firmware v2.0 as well.
    I just compared X-T3 and X-S10 with a Fujifilm 50mm lens.
    The X-T3 prefers a minimum of 1/75 (as expected) whereas the X-S10 prefers 1/150.
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    Greybeard got a reaction from KenMcD in X-S10 storing time between two images   
    You probably have the Clarity setting on
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    Greybeard got a reaction from CatsAreGods in X-S10 storing time between two images   
    You probably have the Clarity setting on
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    Greybeard got a reaction from Danstall in XT4 Film great, stills washed out and blurred   
    Could you either provide a link to an original image (straight out of camera with metadata intact) or take a photo of the top of the camera and rear screen with camera turned on. We might get some ideas from your settings.
    You could try going into the setup menu and run a reset in case you have accidentally changed some setting.
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    Greybeard got a reaction from jerryy in Film simulations showing up on raw photos   
    Is this Lightroom Classic?
    Under Preferences/Presets there is a global setting which you probably have set to "Camera Settings"
    Change this to whatever you want to see - Adobe Default will show a basic colour image
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    Greybeard got a reaction from CatsAreGods in Photos missing from sd card - but show up on/in camera.   
    If anyone is following this thread and have the problem that only the first 4096 files are visible on a Mac (or possibly some varieties of Linux) - there appears to be a  Fujifilm firmware bug.
    A workaround (until Fujifilm fixes the problem) is to open the card in Finder and click on one of the jpg files so that it appears in Preview - that should fix the directory and the remaining files should be visible.
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    Greybeard got a reaction from doubleudet in Unable to get front command dial to change aperture   
    Set aperture on lens to A
    and make sure Aperture Ring Setting in the Button / Dial menu is set to Command
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    Greybeard got a reaction from CatsAreGods in Dual Iso   
    It wasn't just me then 
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    Greybeard got a reaction from CatsAreGods in SD card not working on brand new xt3 but is working fine on X100F?   
    Do they still make 16GB cards? I'm guessing you've had it for a while.
    The newer faster Extreme Pro cards in 64GB or larger are relatively inexpensive these days.
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    Greybeard got a reaction from jerryy in How to export RAW photos to my computer or iPhone   
    The best way is to use a card reader
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    Greybeard got a reaction from jerryy in fuji x raw conversion software with Big Sur   
    A bit slow maybe and the software is still written for Intel but it seems to work. Are you having problems?
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    Greybeard got a reaction from CatsAreGods in "shoot without lens" setting   
    Is there a disadvantage to leaving it set to on?
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    Greybeard got a reaction from Gareth 32 in Dual Iso   
    if the OP is interested in getting information about the X-S10 I'd suggest getting involved and post data to Bill Claff at the Photons to Photos web site so that he can include it in his results
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    Greybeard got a reaction from ondrejkonrad in Date and time showing every time getting into live view   
    I must admit I had never noticed this before - looks like it happens on all X cameras - don't think there is any way to prevent it
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    Greybeard got a reaction from CatsAreGods in ms   
    Are you using Focus Check?
    The point of the zoomed view is so that you can verify (or fine tune the focus). 
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    Greybeard got a reaction from CatsAreGods in Dual Iso   
    Its a bit of a pain - I did it for the X-T30 - Bill's contact details are on his web site - if you email him he'll explain the process.
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    Greybeard got a reaction from jerryy in Dual Iso   
    if the OP is interested in getting information about the X-S10 I'd suggest getting involved and post data to Bill Claff at the Photons to Photos web site so that he can include it in his results
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    Greybeard got a reaction from jerryy in Which exif attribute contains the shutter actuation count?   
    Yes it includes both MS and ES - and to make it worse - on recent cameras it includes images taken with pre-shot that might not even get written to the card - its not a good guide as to the life of the mechanical shutter.
    FujiFilm doesn't call it Image Count - they don't call it anything at all as they don't document their EXIF fields - the Exiftool developer - Phil Harvey - came up with that name.
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    Greybeard got a reaction from itchy shutter finger in Which exif attribute contains the shutter actuation count?   
    Yes you need to look at a file straight out of the camera and you need an Exif Viewer that shows the Fujifilm specific fields.
    Most of these fields (including the shutter count) are not documented by Fujifilm and not displayed by viewers that only show basic EXIF.
    Unless you are going to actually parse up the binary file you are going to trust a viewer of some sort.
    If you want to look at the raw exif data without uploading your file to a remote web site you can use this:
    Fujifilm Exif Viewer
    If you click on the plus sign top left you can load an image file into your browser (jpg or raw).
    The default view shows you the image and interpreted metadata - but if you right click and choose the EXIF option it shows you the entire list of EXIF tags - including Fujifilm specific - and the raw data without decoding.
    Scroll down and look at tag 1438 which is the field normally interpreted as shutter (or image) count.
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    Greybeard got a reaction from Ned_Sayer in Shutter Button - Is this Normal?   
    I have the X-T3 - doesn't operate like that at all - first shutter button movement focusses immediately
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    Greybeard got a reaction from Nicholas Jefferson in Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom   
    Yes - provided you are using a version of the Adobe software which supports your camera.
    If you are using a subscription version of the Adobe software and keeping it updated then your camera should be supported.
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