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jlmphotos last won the day on December 6 2017

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    IT, Apple Products, Travel and Landscape Photography -- especially for stock use. Not into street shooting at all.

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  1. SAME HERE!!! i'd love to be able to choose between different aspect ratios.
  2. Not sure what to say here. If it's under warranty I guess you have no choice but wait, test, and decide. But if you are paying for this, and have an estimate, you can get a new X-H1 w grip for 1299.00 US. I know this isn't much help to you, but if it were me, and I had to pay to have the camera repaired I don't think I would do so.
  3. I can't answer that. BUT I returned my X-T3 and bought the X-H1 with the grip and two extra batteries about a month ago for 1299. IT's AMAZING!!! I kept my X-T2 and X-T1 but I gotta say the H1 is freakin unreal.
  4. 50mb is about correct. My X-T2 generates 50mb as does my X-H1. So if you are hitting 56mb uncompressed that's about right.
  5. I own both the 50-140 and the 55-200. I LOVE the 55-200 lens. My copy is super tack sharp, it's lightweight, and has some great looking bokeh. I've had this lens for quite some time whereas my 50-140 2.8 is only about six months old. I'd buy the 55-200 again if I had to. Amazing lens. Couldn't be happier with it.
  6. I sold off my Nikon D800 & D800e when I switched to Fuji together with a boatload of Nikon glass. Have never looked back. Largest I've printed (and this from ONLY 16mp X-T1 was a 30" x 20" and it was SPECTACULAR! With my X-T2 I've printed up to 13 x 19 and 16 x 20 with amazing results. The savings in weight alone were worth it for me. I shoot travel/stock/landscape images and no one, ever has complained about the lack of resolution to me yet.
  7. Take it or send it back. I've had my X-T2 since about as long as you have and haven't had any of those issues.
  8. EXCELLENT point! I forgot about that! When I was working in Florida - Keys and everglades, I put my camera in a zip lock bag whenever I was in a cold car, or cold room and went outside -- also in reverse. Doing so, I experienced zero condensation buildup on the body or lens. But in the OP's case I think it's just dust and dirt in there... If it were condensation, the small blobs would have a "water ring" around them so it looks like just carelessness (unintentional of course) when swapping lenses. IMHO
  9. And the reason you don't see them on all images is because you'll only see them when you stop the lens down. Say down to F11, F16, etc. If you shoot at larger apertures -- such as F8, F5.6, F4, F2.8 you probably won't see them (as much) though they are there - especially when viewed at 100% in your image editing software. Good Luck -- Nothing to worry about here.
  10. That is some serious crap (i'm thinking dirt blobs, but I wonder if the darker ones are oil?) on the sensor! LOL. I suggest either taking it somewhere (reputable) and getting the sensor cleaned, or possibly learning to do it yourself. There are many great tutorials on the web. I might suggest you change lenses more carefully. Don't change it heavy wind. Also, point the lens opening on the camera downward when changing lenses. Good Luck
  11. Maybe I missed something here but isn't that the beauty of mirrorless. WYSIWYG? I own both The XT1 and 2 and i've never compared the metering. Honestly I don't care.
  12. When in doubt. Send it out. I'd send that puppy back and get another.
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