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I've owned my X-Pro2 for a couple of weeks with no obvious problems, until a few days when I did a shoot in a room with high windows lit by the evening sun. I shot on this occasion entirely in jpeg, with a 56mm f1.2 R lens fitted. Most of the shots were fine, but a number showed broad, diffuse yellowish bands in them. At first I thought these were shadows or reflections in the room, but on closer examination I am convinced they are in-camera artefacts. In landscape-format shots the bands are horizontal, in portrait-format they are vertical, which confirms my suspicion. Has anyone else experienced this, or have any ideas what might cause it? Thanks Alan
Hi everyone, got a problem with my x-pro 1 which in the 2 years I've had it has previously worked fine. In the middle of shooting a wedding yesterday my X-Pro 1 clunked during actuation and froze up. At switch on the screen briefly shows the 'sensor cleaning' message then goes blank. Pressing the shutter button, again briefly shows the 'sensor cleaning' message then nothing. I have removed battery and restarted, removed lens, sd card etc and restarted but no change.I have been able to get to the update firmware screen by turning on whilst holding down 'disp/back' and have updated to the latest firmware for both body and lenses (3.7 for body and 3.11 for lenses) still no change.Any help would be appreciated. Beanphoto
Hey guys / gals, First post on here. I've had an x-h1 for a couple of years and it has been an amazing camera. I recently started using its video functions, specifically the high speed 120fps functionality. Blown away by its crisp video. So I decided I wanted an external monitor, to make things a bit easier. I got hold hold of a smallHD focus 5" monitor, runs off the HDMI output and has its own power source. So everything was okay. The monitor is great. I have found a really odd bug though and I am wondering if anyone else might have come across this and has any thoughts / solutions. High speed shooting has number of different modes, some at 120p, some at 100p. When I connect the monitor and select "EVF" only view using the display button on the right side of the viewfinder, then start recording at a mode which uses 120p, after about 9 - 20 seconds I get an error thrown in the display screen, showing "write error". So if I connect a different monitor through the hdmi out, the problem is still there, so i know it is not the monitor that is the issue. If I do not connect the external monitor, the problem never occurs. I have raised a support ticket with fujifim, and they are looking into it, however I was wondering if anyone else has experienced issues like this? I am using 2 UHS 3 sony memory cards, brand new. Also have swapped them around in the slots. Run a health check on them also. I do not believe it to be a memory card issue at this time. What is strange is that there seem to be 3 variables at play: 1. The output 120/100p in the high speed recording mode 2. The display mode being set to "EVF only". 3. An external monitor being plugged in The reason I am setting the mode to EVF only, is to stop the camera from outputting the live picture to the LCD screen when I am filming. I am doing this to conserve battery life on the camera. So it would seem that "EVF" mode + 120fps + an external montior = write error to the SD card. When the error occurs, the recording quits and this keeps happening unless I switch the mode to use the LCD screen OR i switch the mode to 100p OR i disconnect the external monitor! Bonkers right?!?!?!?! Anyone had similar issues? Could it be the write speed on my SD cards? I am using sony M UHS 3 write speed 100MB/s, so can't see them underperfoming! HELP!! I's doing my head in!