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  1. greetings. i am missing 3 of the 4 tiny screws that keep the tripod mount bracket from moving. bought the camera used. i contacted Fuji service center in NJ and the service agent told me that i need to send the camera in. the camera is not under warranty and i just want to buy the screws. service agent told me, "NO, I need to send the camera in..." long silence as i tried to understand his suffering... is there anywhere else i can buy these screws? service agent told me to try B&H. i told him thank you and good bye! question: what size screws are used to hold the tripod mount. I googled and found one forum entry that may be a start M1.6 2mm. what type of head is the screw: wafer head? http://www.metricscrews.us/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=98_290_291 just reaching out to see if anyone else has gone down this road. thanks and happy shooting.
  2. I have an XT1 and absolutely love it. I'm thinking of trading it in for an XT3 - but am wondering if it is worth it. I'm not really interested in movies, and most of the extra you get with the XT3 seems to be in the video area. Also, is the XT3 heavier than the XT1? I really like the light weight of the XT1.
  3. Recently my XT1 stopped working, when I have a lens attached the lcd screen flashes for 20 seconds and then I get the message "Lens Control Error" on screen and am unable to take any shots. I've tried a few things already (listed at the bottom) and none of these steps have resolved the issue. I've tested it with my 16mm lens and another lens and the error seems to occur with any lens, so I'm sure it's an issue with the body and not the lens. When I remove the lens the error doesn't occur. I'm currently travelling in Colombia and according to their designated service centre here (who I'm not entirely sure I trust) I need to have the camera's main board ("tarjeta principal") replaced, for which they're quoting around $150. I just want to be sure that this really is the issue before I shell out the cash to have it fixed. Has anyone had this error fixed by Fuji and if so, do you know what element needed to be fixed? Thanks in advance. S Steps I've already tried: Turned the camera on and off; removed the battery for a few mins and replaced; updated the firmware for both the camera and lens; reset the camera to factory default settings; taken the lens on and off; cleaned the copper contact points both on the lens and the body.
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  5. I recently upgraded to the X-T1 from a X-A2. On the X-A2 it had a feature where in manual focus the lcd would auto zoom in on the subject when the focus ring was turned. I can't remember if this feature was on the X-T1 when I first started using it but I have started using a Samyang lens and cannot seem to get it to work. I have S/C/M dial set to M then menu>set up 1>screen setup>focus check (on) but when I turn the focus ring the lcd does not auto magnify. I have tried it on the Samyang 12mm as well as my Fujifilm 10-24mm and it doesn't work on either. The Focus Assist button works fine just not the Focus Check option when moving the focus ring. The camera is also on the latest firmware v5.10 Can anyone shed any light....I have seen this option work on the X-T1 on youtube but cannot figure out what I am doing wrong. Thanks
  6. There have been times when I use the built in intervalometer, and I am able to do more than 999 shots, it actually does 1998 shots. Twice as many. I have no idea how to make it work all the time, or if its some kind of software error that makes it work. Any ideas?
  7. Hi there, i would like some opinions about fuji reliability/durability and real user experience. I'm a brazilian portrait/fashion/editorial photographer and i'm thinking about mirrorless because the weight and portability. I don't need the WR of the XT1. The options are: • Used Fuji XT1 (the seller is the 2nd owner and don't know how much clicks [professional use with weddings] ) + grip + 3 batteries (1124 US) • New Fuji XT10 with 1 year warranty (1124 US) • Used Xpro1 7k clicks (725 US) The Fuji Jpgs are beautiful and the lenses are somewhat affordable and have high quality. The cameras are beautiful too (the xpro is gorgeous). My questions are: • It's dangerous buy used fuji cameras? What about the shutter and price of hardware repair? • Better a xt10 new or a xt1 used? The body quality of the xt1 are really more sturdier?Or it's better the used xpro1 and buy more lenses? • The 16mp APSC would work fine in the fashion industry and with large prints? (I did a lot of research about pro photographers using fuji, but most of them are endorsed) Thank you very much!
  8. The X-T1 camera menu has options for Continuous and Shooting image stabilization. The XF series lenses have a stabilization switch. It is always recommended that you turn off the switch when shooting on a tripod. I just got an XC lens, which has no switch. The reviews on web sites say you use the camera settings. With no option in camera for an off, any recommendation about what to do when IS is not wanted? Thanks. Tony
  9. dear X-friends .. To be honest I believe xt2 is made for coverting sport photography as well as videography. Although 24 mp sensor is better that 16 but not much different on result if you know how to set your camera, high quality double A2 size or even lorger print is possible with xt1. On the other hand since fuji on xt1 presenting features of photography and videography together with some new ones like touchscreen after x70 of course, seems xt1 after years corrections and developed system, personally i cannot trust xt2 atleast for 6 to 12 months, to upgrade all possible bugs and confusions. what do you think?
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