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  1. I have a lot of 6x7cm C-41 (orange tint) colour negatives to convert to digital format. I could scan them in a scanner, but I have a copy stand and daylight light box, so I thought I might just photograph them with my XT-30 camera. But then I have to convert the orange-tinted negative image to a positive with a reasonable white-balance. It seems hugely complicated in Photoshop/Lightroom/Mac Photos etc, and hardly worth the bother. Is there a way of adjusting the XT-30 settings to record a direct positive? Or is there any other SIMPLE solution? Any help would be deeply appreciated.
  2. How do I correct for color fringing on XT-3o RAW images using Mac Photos App? I see the in-camera generated jpegs do have color fringing corrected, but jpegs lose information and I would prefer to work with RAW.
  3. I have a very basic question. How to I set the focussing box so that it stays in the MIDDLE of the frame on my XT30? It has a habit of randomly moving around the frame; I want it glued to the centre. I'm using autofocus on stationary objects, absolutely nothing fancy. I bought this camera because I hoped, with it's retro styling, I might actually have (retro) control over it, but it seems to have a mind of its own. Can anyone help me please with this really basic question? (And when is someone going to make a digital camera with ONLY knobs/click stops etc and NO menus?)
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