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I have recently purchased a Fujifilm X30 and am still fairly unfamiliar with it but I seem to be experiencing an odd issue. The camera display seems to flicker from side to side, with this flickering is a clicking sound which you can hear and feel through the camera body. It seems to be associated with moving the Camera, as if the camera is reacting to the motion. I have no idea what this could be so any help would be much appreciated. Many thanks, Ben
Had a little accident with my X-T20: in the backpack with my water bottle, bottle's cap was half-open, so long story short water out of the bottle, camera wet. Dried out the camera, all is working as intended, but only with one problem: sometimes, when I turn off the camera, the lens(es) starts clicking continuously, until I remove the battery or turn on the camera. When I re-insert the battery, the lens restarts clicking. Any idea what to check, or what can I do to stop this strange behaviour? The backpack was in my car seat, so i cannot exclude a damage from hit, but it's more likely to be the water situation, I think. Thanks in advantage.
56mm f/1.2 - Aperture stopped clicking
T-Man posted a topic in Fuji X LensesSomething bizarre happened today. I was taking pictures with my XF 56mm f/1.2 (non-APD) coupled to an 11mm Fujifilm Macro Extension Adapter on X-Pro1. Camera locked up during focussing and the aperture ring felt sticky. Upon restart the aperture ring stopped clicking. Tried on three other bodies (X-E2, X-T1, and X-T10) same issue, and more than often the camera OS freezes requiring reboot. It happened to my Xf 18mm f/2 once while using it on an X-E2 body. I had the same 11mm Macro Extension Adapter coupled. At the time the lens was still within dealer's return period and was exchanged by the store. BTW, I do use both (11mm and 16mm) Macro Extension Adapters quite frequently. Any of you guys ever had this happen? Is there anything I can do to fix my lens or do should I send it in for warranty repair? Cheers!