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Gareth 32

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  1. Thank you jerryy
  2. Thanks so does that mean that the Dual ISO could be a firmware update. I thought the XT4 would have had it since the XT3 had it and they have the same sensor. Thank you for the link and your reply to my question
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    Dual Iso

    Does the Xs 10 have the Dual Iso at 640 and 2000? I can't see the difference in noise reduction when it comes to 2000 and Im wondering is it a defect of the camera or is there a setting that I've to turn on. That's if the Xs 10 even supports it in the first place. I'll be thankfull for any feedback because I've been racking my brains trying to work it out. Thanks
  4. Thanks buddy but do you think its a cause for concern it was quite strange for me as I'm new to Mirrorless cameras and havent heard it before. The lens is the 15m to 45m kit lens I'm waiting on a new lens coming that doesn't have auto focus or Ibs and so I'll be able to see.
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    Happy

    I'm so happy I found this forum brilliant
  6. I just recently bought the xs 10 and havent used it much it's still new. I noticed that when shooting 4k and DCI 4k there's a lite flicking sound that sound like a fan or something that comes from the front near the lense mount or even in the lens. I also heard this during playback when testing the internal mic. This sound does not happen when shooting FHD and I'm wondering is it because shooting 4k is more taxing on the Camera or the Lense. When I take the lense of and record with the sensor cap on the camera the sound is gone. is this normal or is this a fault and If its a fault can it be fixed or should I send the camera back. Thanks
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    Gareth 32

    I just recently bought the xs 10 and havent used it much it's still fairly new. I noticed that when shooting 4k and DCI 4k there's a lite flicking sound that sound like a fan or something that comes from the front near the lense mount or even in the lens. I also heard this during playback when testing the internal mic. This sound does not happen when shooting FHD and I'm wondering is it because shooting 4k is more taxing on the Camera or the Lense. When I take the lense of and record with the sensor cap on the camera the sound is gone. is this normal or is this a fault and If its a fault can it be fixed o should I send the camera back. Thanks
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