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  1. For example, you can watch these videos. X Summit NYC 2022 / FUJIFILM [Stream EDITED]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1K9i0iBGVu4 https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=x-h2+pixel+shift Or borrow the cameras you want to test. Then you can form an independent opinion. I hope you have a very fast computer when it comes to this feature.
  2. Then you should contact the support and explain your request. It depends on what you want to do.
  3. Yes, but you don't want to hear that: Throw the thing away and finally get your "upgrade" if you don't want to or can't pay for a repair. I may do the same soon for a totally overpriced graphics card as soon as it appears on the market. Maybe you'll find something at https://www.ifixit.com/ Just as an example: https://de.ifixit.com/Anleitung/Fujifilm+X20+-+On--Off-Switch+Repair/95426?lang=en Fujifilm X100T Disassembly: https://de.ifixit.com/Anleitung/Fujifilm+X100T+Disassembly/55681?lang=en Good luck. 😄
  4. Yes, then it's time to use the Fujifilm service...
  5. I have to disagree clearly from my own experience. I had a Nikon 28mm F/2.8 AF-D lens on a 6MP Fujifilm digital camera and the image quality was also very good with F/2.8. The same lens on a 16MP Fujifilm digital camera was pretty bad in terms of image quality. The same with a Tamron zoom lens that was really sharp at 16MP, you could completely forget about sharpness etc on the 46MP sensor. That's a difference like night and day. I then sold all these lenses and bought much better lenses for the FX sensor. Since then I am satisfied with the quality up to 46MP. Do not underestimate the pixel density even if it is only a few MP more.
  6. What video speed class (V10, V30, V60, V90) does your memory card have? The memory card may not be supported by the digital camera.
  7. Somehow the stone slabs do not match the brightly colored buildings. 😄
  8. Did you remove the lens cap from the lens?
  9. Nicely done. For me personally, it would be too many and much too short cuts in the video. You can hardly concentrate on anything (plus the criminal music. I would rather listen to something quieter) and you lose quite quickly the room orientation where exactly the individual rooms are. Unfortunately, I don't like the blurred crossfading so much.
  10. There are some 40MP RAW photos on the Internet (WWW) taken with the 16-80mm F/4. Just search at Aunt Google. These have not yet convinced me. 🤔 Sorry, I meant this: 18-120mm F/4 lens.
  11. No, you didn't. This information is simply missing in the printed user manual. Fujifilm urgently needs to improve.
  12. https://fujifilm-dsc.com/en/manual/x-h2s_connection/network_usb_menu/network_usb_menu/index.html#resize_image
  13. It is the naked truth and hard facts. Nothing else. These are my and other people with their experiences regarding Fujifilm and Sony.
  14. That's the quality you get at Fujifilm for your hard-earned money. My two X-A1s are also slowly falling apart. If you are looking for something durable, then you should look around in the DSLR area (Nikon, etc.). Unfortunately, this range is being phased out slowly.
  15. We're not friends, I don't even know you. There is currently no firmware for your lens and if you want to know why, you have to ask the manufacturer. Does your car not make any noise when you turn the ignition key? All devices that work make noise or is this a noise you do not like?
  16. Partial solar eclipse with cloudy skies. (2022y10m25d) Sunspots: 3131 ● 3130 ● 3126.
  17. cpX

    X-S10 guide

    https://www.amazon.com/Fujifilm-X-S10-Companion-Mastering-Camera/dp/B09VWMYPPM https://danbaileyphoto.com/blog/product/fujifilm-x-series-unlimited/ https://www.amazon.de/Fujifilm-X-S10-Einfach-bessere-Bilder/dp/3832804609
  18. Yes with PC AutoSave. I do it regularly. But it is extremely slow and unfortunately only one Fujifilm digital camera can be used at the same time for wireless transmission.
  19. The Dolby Vision IQ implementation is probably missing in today's digital cameras. At that time, the noise was also available on analog audio cassettes. That's why High Com was invented to eliminate noise. This has probably simply been forgotten with the Fujifilm digital cameras. It's just like this: The less light falls on the sensor, the fewer bits for the image information is then available while the noise remains the same. Therefore, when lifting the dark areas in the image processing, the noise is the first thing you see. An alternative would be to take several photos and then calculate them to completely eliminate the noise. This is done, for example, in astrophotography. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_Com
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