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Hello gang, So I am starting become more and more familiar with the X-Pro1, which admittedly hasn't been too difficult since the X-Pro1 feels like a larger X100s. As I dive more into, I found a few blogs that discussed the benefits of back button focusing. So I thought I'd give a try: Steps: 1. Switch to Manual Focus 2. Press AF-L button to focus lens 3. Take pic Done So pretty easy, and pardon me for my newbiness, but am I doing this correctly? I still can't quite differentiate if there's a real boost in accuracy, but do see a boost in efficiency from the first shot to subsequent shots. My limited experience so far has shown that back button focus locks focus rather quickly for a second third fourth etc image of the same subject using the same focus point. With regular auto focus, the lens will shift back and forth to refocus even though the all the shots are of the same subject with the same focus point. So it feels like a mini burst mode with back button focus. Thanks for sharing your experiences to eager fledglings like myself!
I recently bought a second-hand fuji film x-e3 and it's driving me insane. It worked perfectly for the first few days of use until all of a sudden af-l won't turn off. Basically, whenever I try focusing in auto-mode by tapping the LCD an icon appears on the top right saying "AF off" and a green dot with "AFL" under pops up in the bottom. even in manual mode the "AF off" text is still there. How do I go about fixing this, I've looked at every possible resource online and can't get any help. Please get to me as soon as possible :/