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  1. Photo from the Bürgerpark ● Heavily compressed because of the 1MB limit here in the forum.
  2. Sounds more like advertising to my ears. The X-T30 II would not be for me. I notice this even with my two X-A1s. There is simply a lack of a good and ergonomic handle for the secure holding of the digital camera. They feel like toys. That's why I still use my very stable FinePix S5 Pro. With the newer models I would choose the X-H2 as a tool if it works reliably and is also robust.
  3. You are not an idiot and certainly not alone. This is simply because this forum is relatively unknown on the WWW. As for the topic, you could have just nicely asked Jordan Drake from DPReview: https://www.dpreview.com/about/staff/jordan.drake
  4. That will probably be the drive of the Powerzoom. https://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/4567793 https://www.fujix-forum.com/threads/fuji-xt4-body-16-80mm-lens-sound-problem.108054/ https://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/4558158 https://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/4501861
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  6. Could be a defective on/off switch. I would send the digital camera to Fujifilm for repair.
  7. Looks to me like a screen set too dark on the Mac. The video player may misinterpret the color information because the colors on the two screens are very different. (reddish/yellowish) Is the exposure compensation set to zero ? You can call up the color information on the white T-shirt and check how bright the RGB colors are there. Then you know if the still image of the video is too dark or not.
  8. You asked me a question and I answered you. And rant is something else.
  9. As long as the digital camera does not work with a new lens. Would be quite a waste of garbage if you can throw away the digital cameras every 3 years because there is no more support. That would not be exactly sustainable and certainly not intended for the future.
  10. Fujifilm could provide a firmware update for the digital camera and lenses. But for my X-A1 I didn't get a new firmware update either. Maybe it's time to test another digital camera system...
  11. Well, if no one answers, then you could make a Youtube or Facebook video and kick off a nice shit storm. Someone once did that with Sony. Only when this person has shown it publicly did they react. Some companies first have to heat up vigorously so that they do their legal duty.
  12. I think as long as it has no influence on the photos, this should be a normal behavior of the Fujifilm X100V. If you want to be sure, you can ask Fujifilm questions and show them the videos. With my X-A1 I only see when focusing that the screen gets a little darker and the aperture opens.
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