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  1. Mode B = déclencher et maintenir appuyé pour commencer la prise, relacher quand le temps de pose requis est atteint. Mode T = réglage du temps de pose par la molette arrière.
  2. Auto focus definitely better. Image quality should not be visible on real life images. No B&W in camera fine tweaking on the Pro2 nor the latest film simulations. If you shoot RAW and don't need advanced focus modes and fine tuning, Pro2 should be fine.
  3. I'd love it on the X-Pro 3 for sure. Could be a firmware upgrade on the V too... (And I was wrong, auto-iso is accessible on the front dial of the X-T3 as well. )
  4. Try setting the Shutter dial to T. I don't believe any Fuji allows you to switch between Auto ISO modes with the front dial (through C), only cycling through ISO values.
  5. Hi, Go to Menu / AFMF / Instant AF setting --> AF-S
  6. From what I see, if there is a difference, it is not perceptible.
  7. Your drive is probably formatted with a file system that doesn't support files larger than 4.3GB. On mac I think you need Extended Journaled as a format. See here : https://discussions.apple.com/thread/250796640
  8. Can you try to connect your workstation through Ethernet and see if there is a dramatic change?
  9. Yes + Eterna bleach bypass
  10. i declare that it is perfectly usable as I use it daily with a decent speed and no bug.
  11. Is you PC ethernet wired to you router or in wifi ?
  12. Quick test on the X-Pro 3. For 6 files (3 lossless compressed RAW + 3 JPEGs), from start to finish including connection : 1m 40 seconds. Never had a crash either. How are you setup? What kind of router do you have?
  13. None that I know of. What symptoms do you have?
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