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Hey all, bought a used X-T3 body for $850 shipped over a Fuji buy/sell group on Facebook, all checks out and the seller was very professional. Camera shipped with original box and in essentially mint condition cosmetically, except for when testing it this afternoon I noticed that the direction arrow buttons (around the Menu/OK button) were "sticky," or felt like maybe there was some debris inside them. They were clicking reliably, but some clicks would feel soft and then others would feel crunchy/hard. My X-T2 doesn't have this issue, so I know what the d-pad is supposed to feel like. Strangely, if I sort of rapidly click each of the buttons maybe 10 times each, the issue completely goes away and then an hour or so later if I pick up the camera again it's back. It's nothing dealbreaking, and doesn't take away functionally from the camera, but I'm trying to see what kind of avenues I might be able to take to address it. Has anyone else had this issue? How did you resolve it? Is it a known problem, and may it get worse over time? Google didn't turn up any search results for the D-pad specifically being "sticky" feeling, only shutter buttons and joysticks.
As a newborn X shooter (X-T2) I'm really impressed and happy with the system. It's been an absolute Joy. My only negative - and it's a rather small one- is about the buttons in the back. Coming from Nikon I can't help but to think that the buttons on the Fuji cameras seem a bit small and dare I Day it; "flimsy"... I use back button Focus when shooting so having better quality and larger more pronounced buttons would be great. It would make the system perfect for my use. What is your opinion about the buttons? Do you feel the same or am I wrong? Would love your view and input. Kind Regards Daniel from Copenhagen
Have been trying to assign EXPOSURE PREVIEW IN MANUAL MODE to a function button. Does not work. When function button is pressed the menu choices for Exposure Preview in Manual Mode should appear. They do not. Any suggestions regarding what I might be doing wrong?
Is anyone else really annoyed that the trash icon button can't be assigned a "function button" for use in shooting mode? It makes no sense to me, as it never does anything unless you are in playback. There surely isn't a technical reason why it can't be re-assigned the way the video and d-pad buttons can. I can't think of a good ergonomic reason either, it's not a button I'm hitting by accident (on the X-T10 anyway). Making it customizeable would be super useful and increase the value of the cameras with no downside. Fuji if you're listening please just make it work like it should! (I'd love to put Shutter type or Face Detection on/off there, next to the drive mode dial since they often need to be changed together to get CH+AF-C working together).