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When X-T1 was first released, there's been a lot of whining about its locking ISO dial. My problem with this dial is totally opposite: I would like that damn button to lock not just ISO, but a drive mode dial as well. It gets knocked off way too often. As a matter of fact, I won't mind if the X-T1 successor had a similar locking mechanism on a shutter speed/metering dial as well. The only dial on a top panel that should always remain unlocked is a compensation dial.
Has anyone experienced this with their Fujifilm X-T200 camera? My X-T200 is exactly 1 month old today and today I noticed an oil buildup around the bottom of the dial on the shutter release button and also around the bottom of the dial near the on/off button. This camera has never been used in harsh temperature/environment and stays in a dry box when not in use. The battery is also not being charged in-camera. What could this be? Will this badly affect or fry internal parts? Anyone with a similar problem/experience? Thanks.