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  2. Could owners of the 35 f/2 please confirm whether this is normal or just a fault this guy had on a batch of lenses, please? I was going to buy this lens for fast, quiet AF and quieter smoother MF in video, so the above would obviously make it unusable for focus pulls for the latter use, it’s not so much the noise (although that’s not great on one of the new ‘silent’ lenses), but the very visible, horrid visual judder as focus is pulled...
  3. Hi everyone, I'm new to Fujifilm, and not a professional. I bought XA10 on January. There's noise on my camera's LCD while I'm trying to take photos, but when I already took a shot, the result is clear without noise. I mean the results are always clear, but then every time I go back to LCD screen for taking pictures, the noise comes out. Is Fujiflm LCD's normaly like that ? And I've noticed also that my LCD is moving slow, like slow respond while moving. FYI : I bought it January, February my camera fell down from my bag and I broke the LCD. I brought it back to Fujifilm for get it fixed and already fixed. But then the selfie mode didn't work, so i brought it back to Fujifilm Service Center for get it fixed. And it also already done, but the problem is like what I said above. I just want to know is Fujifilm XA10 LCD are normally like that (even before it fell from my bags but i didn't notice ), or there's something wrong with my LCD ?
  4. Hi, sorry if this is a repeat post. I'm new to the X-T10 and was wondering if it's usual to have a LOT of noise/grain in the EVF and LCD in lowlight/dark conditions? I was hoping to photograph the moon last night, but could barely see anything on the screen or in the EVF when trying to compose the shot due to all the noise. Is this normal for the X-T10? I realise it probably boosts the gain up in lowlight conditions, but it made it pretty impossible to focus or frame anything at all unless I half pressed the shutter release. It's a lovely camera, and this is gutting if this is the case and not a faulty model as I love night photography.
  5. I have recently received a replacement body. The camera appears to be working fine, I just cannot escape the feeling this body produces a bit more noise than the previous one... I have never done someling like this with the previous body, but I wanted to visualize the noise a bit. To do that, I made e picture with the lens cap mounted (not sure if it is 100% closed to light of course). Settings: f/16,exposure time 10s, ISO 25600, Lens modulation optimizer: off, Long exposure noise reduction: off, Raw development: +3EV, Noise reduction -4, Sharpness: -4, Highlight tone: -2, Shadow tone: -2, Color: +4, DR100, Velvia, sRGB The resulting jpeg shows a lot of noise (of course), especially toward the top left corner and bottom edge: I would like to know if other samples show a similar noise level and pattern/if this is 'normal'.
  6. Hi, I tried out a Fuji Xpro-2 and a meta-bones adapter and a few of my Nikon lens. I found the images to have a lot of noise compared to Fuji lens. This was the first time that I had used a Fuji camera, so there maybe operator error. I used a 16-35, and 28-300 Nikon lens on the camera. I loved the Fuji glass, but not the Nikon glass. Yet on my D810 the results are awesome. I want a smaller, lighter kit for hiking and travel, so I wanted to experience the Fuji glass and camera. I am waiting for the XT-2 which suits my style of shooting, nature/landscape and travel. Has anyone else experienced a lot of noise using lens from other camera manufacturers? Or did it do something wrong, I did use focus peaking for sharpness and to get the right focus. Thanks for the help. Wayne
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