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  1. I wonder whether anyone else has had this problem (I know someone else has - from a post on the X-T3 FB group. I just cannot persuade the front command dial to adjust the aperture! Tried using the 18-55 and the 80mm. And yes: it's set to Aperture Priority (lens not set to A; shutter knob set to A; ISO set to...well, any setting other than A). EVF confirms I'm in Aperture Priority. And if I set EC to C and press in the front command, the dial does adjust EC. So it seems it's just the aperture adjustment I can't get to work. And yes: in Menu, I went to wrench/spanner, selected Button/Dial Setting/Command Dial Setting, and set "1" (F) to Aperture. Any suggestions? Of course I can change aperture on the lens, but the front command dial SHOULD work (shouldn't it?), and it would be handy if it did... Thanks for any comments! Heather
  2. I often change view modes and it annoys me that I have to toggle between all those options when all I ever want to change between is two of them - EVF only and display. Would love if Fujifilm made it possible like custom screen setup to tick options on/off for views, so I can end up with e.g. my two favorite view modes only when I toggle between the options.
  3. Hi Everyone, I am hoping the Fuji veterans here can offer suggestions to a problem I have with the Mount Adaptpr setting on the X-T20. For lenses 5 and 6, I can set the Focal Length. However, the Distortion, Color Shading, and Peripheral Illumination Correction options are (unshaded) disabled. Firmware v2.0 is installed and the Shoot Without Lens is On. What have I missed?
  4. Dear all, First of all, please excuse the long message! On the X-Pro 2, there are many different settings for the hybrid viewfinder and the back screen, in terms of “what turns on when” and “what displays what and for how long”. I however cannot get the viewfinder and back screen to do what I'd like them to do, and after fumbling around for quite a while and not succeeding, I now resort to the expert knowledge of forum members. Rather than go through all the options, let me just explain what I'd like the viewfinder and back screen to do, then please tell me what settings to adopt in order to obtain this behavior: 1. When I switch on the camera, I want nothing to happen. The viewfinder doesn't activate, the back screen doesn't activate. 2. When I press the “Play” button next to the screen, I want it to display the latest recorded photo (ideally for 10 seconds but I'll accept another length of time if 10 seconds are not possible), then I want it to go black again. 3. When I bring my eye to the viewfinder, I want it to activate so that I can take a picture, and I want the back screen to deactivate simultaneously in case it was showing something. 4. After I've taken a picture, I want the viewfinder to deactivate as soon as I remove my eye from it, and I want the just-taken photograph to be displayed on the screen right away for chimping purposes, again ideally for 10 seconds, but I'll make do if not possible for that length of time. 5. When my eye is up to the viewfinder, if I remove it without taking a picture, I don't want the screen to activate by default, thinking I want to use it to frame the shot. In fact, and except for displaying previously taken photos, I want the screen to remain black at all times, except on the rare occasion when I deliberately choose to activate it to frame a shot (could be via a programmed function button or otherwise). I am probably very clumsy (not to mention dumb), but I haven't succeeded so far in getting the X-Pro 2 to do the above, although it sounds simple enough. I have almost managed it, but it still displays just-taken pictures by default in the viewfinder, which I don't like, instead of on the back screen. The viewfinder is thus kept busy for a couple of seconds instead of being instantly available to take the next picture (unless I half-press the shutter release, of course, but that button is quite sensitive and sometimes when I half-press it, I find myself actuating the shutter without meaning to do so, and that defeats the purpose). I will be eternally grateful if anyone can tell me how to achieve what I have described above. Many thanks in advance indeed. Dominique
  5. Hi all, I have just started to use an X-T2 and have still kept the Nikon, I have an adapter to use my Nikon lenses with the Fuji. I need to set the focal length in Mount Adaptor Settings, it seems simple enough for primes eg. 105 mm, 35 mm, etc, but how do I input the focal length when using a zoom? Do I set up the shot and then, before taking it, input the actual, or nearest!, focal length - then shoot? I can get up to 999 mm but can't get 80-200 mm.......................... over to you.
  6. Hi everybody I'm trying to use lenses and adapters I commonly used with my X-T1 (Nikkor's AIS, Metabones and Kipon); all that together was working fine on my X-T1. I am probably wrong somewhere with my X-T2 settings (Auto ISO, Auto S or not, MF), but I can't get any shutter release, MS or ES ... Sorry if the answer already exists on this forum, I didn't find it (neither did I elsewhere). So my question is : Do you guys have any idea or solution ? Thanks in advance ATB JpP
  7. Hi there, I am shooting a conference this weekend and could use some advice regarding best settings for the X-T2, specifically regarding settings for auto focus. The conference will be badly lit (of course!) and no flash is allowed so am going to be shooting wide open mainly using f1.2 or f1.4. In single shot, single point focus this wouldn't be too much of a problem but in burst mode I tend to find the first image is perfectly focused and the next ones in the series are slightly off due to movement from the speaker (and I would like to make use of the 11 frames per second). My feeling would be to set the camera to continuous, and have a relatively small square area of coverage, but am not sure what the best settings would be to use in the new auto focus settings setup menu? Any advice would be much appreciated. Many thanks, Jason.
  8. How do you set up a X pro2 to shoot macro or shoot up real close.
  9. My current settings: Grain Effect: Weak (I typically change this as per film simulation) Dynamic Range: 100 Highlight Tone: +1 Shadow Tone +1 Color: 0 Sharpness: 0 Noise Reduction: -4 What do you all use and why? I haven't quite found the sweet spot for all of my settings, so I would love input.
  10. New to Fuji X system (x-e2 body with18 & 35mm prime lenses), I'm having a great time discovering this little camera! Even if I'm a RAW shooter, I'm currently trying to set nice custom settings (in Q menu) to have rich, detailed and colorful jpegs right out of the box. So feel free to share your favorite custom settings, film simulation presets and the related purpose of the setting (landscape, street photography, sports, portrait, ...). Also feel free to share interesting links and web content about this topic .
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