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  1. I always loved the output of X-trans 2 based camera's so I picked up a minty used XT1 but I'm noticing that the camera gets this internal temperature warning and automatically shots off. This happens within 1-2 minutes and I'm not in a hot environment, neither am I taking videos or a lot of images. Just in simple idle mode or browsing the menus or taking some photos - anything I do on the camera and within 2 minutes of usage I get this warning sign. Anyone else experienced this? My XT1 is running the latest firmware update (5.52) aesthetically in mint condition. Purchased from a mid age couple who bought this as a new hobby but claims didn't use it much. When I bought it and tested the camera it didn't happen. I've tried using different memory cards (all Sandisk brands ) two different batteries etc but no luck. I also own an XE2 which never had this problem. Please advise if you know what may be the problem or how to remedy this? Thank you!
  2. I would like to mention an issue. Small bits of material are easily scraped from the surface treatment of the alloy from which the bayonet is made (as you engage the bayonet to the camera, or while joining the two rings together). This debris could get on your sensor and could be hard to remove, or could scratch the sensor. If you are an adventurous soul, you could try connecting and disconnecting the rings to one another away from the camera, with alternating positions, first one on top, then the other, turning the connector many times and engaging/disengaging the lock, in order to scrape away the parts of the alloy that tend to become loose and to effectively polish the contacting surfaces. You can see the resulting metal debris with a magnifying glass or with your bare eyes (if you are younger than me). Subsequently the debris can be removed by blowing compressed air and using a brush. Make sure no more stuff tends to get loose from the surfaces before you start using the rings on your camera. If you already used them before reading this, check the bayonet on the camera for debris. Of course, this does not guarantee that no more stuff will get loose, so caution is advised. Better still, throw them out and get the originals, even though they cost five times as much.
  3. From the album: Aircraft

    Nimrod maritime patrol and early warning aircraft. Based on the Comet airliner. British cold war aircraft.

    © Paul Broadbent

  4. From the album: Aircraft

    Fairey Gannety. British carrier based aircraft. Early warning and anti submarine.

    © Paul Broadbent

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