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Heyho everybody, Since lately I'm a quite impressed and happy owner of the Fujifilm X-T4. Especially the option to power the camera via USB-C and powerbank is awesome for long timelapse shoots. But the playback speed when reviewing the timelapse is annoyingly slow. When I use the front dial I'm able to scroll way faster then by pressing and holding the joystick but, as my finger is limited in size, I have to reposition it and the playback interrupts, ergo no smooth playback. So is there any way to scroll faster through a lot of images? Any menu listing or workaround? For a camera capable of shooting 15fps continuous, it seems like a basic feature to have or am I missing something? Thanks in advance & sorry for my bad English
Hey there, i got my x-t4 about a month ago and have been really enjoying it so far. I dove into some fuji film jpg recipes over the weekend and noticed that shooting in single frame mode really slowed the camera down when using recipes. What seems to be happening is that after taking the picture the camera screen goes black, says "storing" and shows a little loading icon, after about a second its ready to take the next shot. So it seems as if the camera cant process the data in the background. So there is a "blackout" after taking photo where i cant take another photo. 20200706_104910.mp4 When using CH or CL or the BKT mode, shooting speed is not noticably slowed down and the jpg processing seems to be done in the background, even between two BKT- Shots there is no delay / processing screen and the camera is snappy as i think its supposed to be. A friend owns an x-t2 and has no speed issues when using jpg processing + single frame shooting, so i think this might be down to firmware. Has anyone heard of this, can confirm this, knows whether its a bug or a feature, knows if fuji is working on it, or has even found a solution? Thank you. (the fuji recipe i use)
The CH burst shooting speed on my XH1 seems to be way slower than it should be on the mechanical shutter. I've never really used continuous shooting before, but I need it now for a specific project. As far as i can tell from timing it with a stopwatch, I'm getting between 5 and 6 fps with the drive dial set to CH. I have it set to 11fps in the shooting menu. Battery grip attached with fully charged batteries, set to "boost". No difference between having the grip on or not. I'm getting the same speed whether shooting raw or small JPEGs. It's much faster (around 11 fps) with the electronic shutter, but I can't use that for this project because of the (artificial) lighting conditions. I remember my old Xt2 being much faster than this camera. Am I missing a setting somewhere?
I received my X-T2 a few weeks ago and have noticed that playback is slow and can take 10 seconds for the image to show up on the display. I tried putting the camera in boost mode and that didn't show any improvement. My batteries are full and my memory card is empty. I have not yet updated the firmware. Any help would be greatly appreciated!