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  1. Hello Skip, No, I'm a new Fuji user. From what I've read however, I had an X-T2 to begin with, it isn't likely I'd upgrade, unless I was using the camera for video recording, in which case, I may have wanted the 4K. As a still photographer though, I don't see a huge benefit to the upgrade. If I were you, I'd just invest in more glass! Cheers, Luna
  2. I believe I may have found the answer to my own question! I just wanted to reply to this in case someone else looks for the very same thing at some point. Using this website http://exif.regex.info/exif.cgi it showed the image count (along with a ton of other information) of a specific photo! It did show the image count as 1, so yay for that! If anyone does have other info, please do respond, otherwise, I feel satisfied enough with this! Thank you
  3. Hello, I just purchased what I thought was a new X-T3. When I got home, I discovered the box wasn't sealed, which weirded me out a little. It wasn't that there was a broken seal... there was no seal to begin with. Anyhow, I just took my first pic and it saved as DSCF1001. Does that mean there were 1000 pictures taken on it before I got it, or am I being paranoid? Do these cameras start as DSCF1000? If you were to look back at your first photos, what did your DSCF start with? I personally would have expected DSCF0001, but maybe I'm overthinking it. Thank you, Luna
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