Jump to content

Macro

Members
  • Content Count

    30
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Macro

  • Rank
    Advanced Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Not Telling
  1. Help is on the way. Samsung develops battery technology
  2. When properly installed/seated, the extended eyecup is not likely to fall off. It's actually somewhat difficult to remove. Look closely at the photo below. The Fuji extended eyecup has two small plastic tabs on the bottom edge that clip in firmly below the viewfinder. This helps keep the extended cup from wobbling around or sliding off... and also makes it seemingly more difficult to remove. To remove, pull out on the bottom of the extended eyecup far enough to release the clips, then push upwards to remove.
  3. For a visible display of Focus Point, Face Detection outline(s), Eye Detection Point, and many other features... Download and try DIREXIF in this THREAD. Sample screenshot...
  4. Would be nice if the i40 lamp worked with the X-T1. Under AUTOFOCUS SETTINGS, with AF ILLUMINATOR set to ON... my onboard lamp only comes on when darkness is below a certain level. It seems that the camera decides. p.25 shows...
  5. Perhaps Fujifilm changed the stock eyecup design on later models... added locking tabs? Does yours look like the photo above?
  6. Both eyecups in the image are genuine Fujifilm parts. Extended cup came from B&H.
  7. Extended cup is much better for blocking light. But, still not a perfect fit around the eye. Extended eyecup is not likely to fall off. It's actually somewhat difficult to remove when properly seated. Look closely at the photo below. The Fuji extended eyecup has two small plastic tabs on the bottom edge that clip in firmly below the viewfinder. This helps keep the extended cup from wobbling around or sliding off... and also makes it seemingly more difficult to remove. To remove, pull out on the bottom of the extended eyecup far enough to release the clips, then push upwards to
  8. Easy to see... look at it with a digital camera or smart phone camera. I left my phone camera resting again the the eyecup for more then 40 minutes. The Eye Sensor IR LED never went out. Without my phone resting close, it goes off pretty quick.
  9. Make sure the filename is FWUP0005.DAT and not FWUP0005(1).DAT Otherwise, try downloading again.
  10. Nope. Not all RAW converters work with DNG. Hard drives are cheap.
  11. Batteries, batteries, batteries... EF-20 is a nice compact flash for the X-T1. Not as powerful as the EF-X20, but works good for fill and small areas.
  12. Unfortunately, AF assist light doesn't work with Fujifilm. The i40 manual says it depends on the camera model.
×
×
  • Create New...