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  1. Hey Guys, new to the forum, been a Fujifilm shooter for 2 years. I'm working on a video for a client and noticed when editing that I get very nasty artifacts/noise in certain areas of my video when grading. I don't know whether this is a camera issue, or grading issue. Below is a link to one of the shots in question - for comparison I have both the edited version, as well as the original (I know in this case the reds are where the problem is, but I've had the same issue in other areas in other shots). Has anyone else encountered this issue? I'm editing in premier, and only doing basic grading with lumetri color (curves, and basic correction). https://youtu.be/XCyUFutVrFo Thanks in advance. I really love shooting on fujifilm, but I can't seem to find a solution to this issue. I hope it's a stupid thing I'm overlooking.
  2. Hi everyone, This is my first post here and it concerns a strange issue i have been researching that i see others have been affected by as well. So far there has been no solution in any of various posts around the web. The problem is this: I have a barely used VPB grip for my XT-2. They were purchased at the same time. They are barely 4 weeks old in use, the grip much less so due to the issues. I have three of the newer batteries plus the one that comes with the camera. After fully charging all the batteries and putting the grip and camera together, the batteries in the grip displayed as fully depleted. Looking around online, some suggested flipping the booster switch, removing and reinserting the tray etc. None of the described "fixes" worked perfectly. I assumed this was a software fix that Fuji could roll out. I decided to try and use the grip and camera knowing that the batteries were actually full despite what the display read. However, this lead to even stranger behavior...such as the camera shutting itself off while focusing, or the joystick would not work on the grip but the shutter button would and other weird behavior. These issues were intermittent. They are not reproducible and i have tried my best to trouble shoot and get the root of the problem. As far as i can tell, the camera performs flawlessly...when the grip is NOT attached. I just came back from three weeks traveling around Europe taking hundreds of photos without any problems. So the grip is clearly the problem. Again, many others are experiencing this issue with the battery display and the grip so I am uncertain what next to do. I want a working grip. If it is just a bug that Fuji can squash I can wait for that update. If, on the other hand, i have an actual defective unit then i need to contact Fuji and get it replaced. I am writing to the Forum to get advice as to what to do. As i keep saying i know I am not alone and its hard to think that Fuji is selling lots of defective hardware so perhaps this is just a software issue that will be eventually corrected. What do you think? Any and all advice is greatly appreciated! Thanks for your help!
  3. Hello there, I’m having problems figuring out why red indicator light on the back of my XT2 camera is always lit when camera is on. There are also no errors on the LCD. Sometimes the indicator light acts as normal (green when focus is locked, flashing when writing to SD Card), however 95% of time it just red.
  4. Anybody else has an issue with the LCD showing white lines couple pixels wide from top to bottom across the whole screen? ( like the attached image ) EVF seems fine and images are fine too, seems like an issue with LCD only. as much as i hate it, i think ill have to send the camera to fuji
  5. Thought you all may be interested in seeing some super low light photos. I was using the 23 F2 but wish I had the 1.4 in this situation. (I used the 16mm 1.4 on the wide shots of the stages). I still think the camera managed the noise well. ...noise reduction in PS. Low Light Festival Portraits Majority of the photos were shot at 6400 and above. 1/3 of them were at 12800 - all handheld with no flash Obviously they wouldn’t be good for printing but I think good enough for the web. note: if you want to pixel peep first select the photo so it goes into the light box slideshow. Photos were exported from LR at 2000px long edge (not full resolution). Note note: some of you may know how to describe this better than me but an F2 on a crop sensor is equivalent to approx 3.2 on a full frame camera .. as well as lenses you also have to do the crop calculation on the F-stop is that correct?
  6. Hi guys, i want to change the aperture setting to eather the front or back command dial. I found the menu option but it’s not working. Also read many similar problem posts but couldn’t figure it out. Using the 10-24 and 35 lenses. Please help me as I need the setting desperately to use the f setting in my underwater housing. Thanks a lot for help! Really appreciate it. Alex
  7. I am inneed of some advise. I have both the xt2 and xpro2 and wish to get a flash sysrem. Which does this group feel is the best match; Godox AD200, Nissin or the Fuji x500. Thank everyone for your consideration. Jed Best
  8. Note the halo effect around the officer's face that creates a terrible "cardboard cutout effect". What is this, and what is it caused by? XT2, 56 f1.2, 1/320 @ 1.2 , ISO 2500, RAF as shown in Lightroom. No amount of "zeroing out" or sharpening, noise reduction, clarity, etc. has had any effect. Nor does changing the camera profile help me in any way. I would note that the lighting is modern office fluorescent. Causes and or solutions anyone? I ask politely please, stay on topic in your replies. I know there are other converters out there, but I'm staying with LR. I know there are other cameras/sensors out there, but I'm heavily invested in this XT2 system. Curious as to why I'm seeing this and suggested solutions for Lightroom workflow or Photoshop workflow. Peter
  9. In case useful to others, I've mapped the EXIF info for the various film simulations offered by the Fuji X100F. You need to read 2 tags (FilmMode and Saturation) to get the full information. I've used exiftool, a command-line tool, to get this. I am on a Mac but exiftool is freely available on most platforms. (Now if someone could find out whether whether usage of the built-in ND filter is captured in EXIF...) # exiftool -m -s -f -FilmMode -Saturation *.JPG ======== Acros+G.JPG FilmMode : - Saturation : Unknown (0x503) ======== Acros+R.JPG FilmMode : - Saturation : Unknown (0x501) ======== Acros+Ye.JPG FilmMode : - Saturation : Unknown (0x502) ======== Acros.JPG FilmMode : - Saturation : Unknown (0x500) ======== ClassicChrome.JPG FilmMode : Unknown (0x600) Saturation : Normal ======== Monochrome+G.JPG FilmMode : - Saturation : B&W Green Filter ======== Monochrome+R.JPG FilmMode : - Saturation : B&W Red Filter ======== Monochrome+Ye.JPG FilmMode : - Saturation : B&W Yellow Filter ======== Monochrome.JPG FilmMode : - Saturation : None (B&W) ======== ProNegHi.JPG FilmMode : Pro Neg. Hi Saturation : Normal ======== ProNegStd.JPG FilmMode : Pro Neg. Std Saturation : Normal ======== Sepia.JPG FilmMode : - Saturation : B&W Sepia ======== astia-soft.JPG FilmMode : F1b/Studio Portrait Smooth Skin Tone (Astia) Saturation : Normal ======== provia-standard.JPG FilmMode : F0/Standard (Provia) Saturation : Normal ======== velvia-vivid.JPG FilmMode : F2/Fujichrome (Velvia) Saturation : Normal
  10. I just want to make sure I'm doing this correctly and getting everything I can out of this software. Having to purchase an extra plugin and opening different windows just to take a picture makes this feel like something's not right. I did watch the instructional video but it sort of stops right at the point where you start using the software. I guess aside from the tether program acting completely disconnected from Lightroom, I can't get focus to work. I'm on LR CC and have purchased the Fuji Tether Plugin Pro v 1.602. My XT-2 is on FW 2.10. I open LR and start a new tethered session; File > Tethered Capture > Start new Tethered Capture. I get a control window that pops up once it recognizes my camera and I can take pictures with the 'shutter' button. These photos show up in my Library in LR. I can also go to my menu bar and select Show Fuji Tether Plugin Pro. This brings up a window which, by default, is on Camera (USB) on the left and Preview on the right. This view does absolutely nothing. I can select PC from the menu on the left which also at first does nothing until I select LIVE VIEW on the right. Now I can see my camera and make some exposure adjustments. So, when I want to view what my camera sees, I should not use the menu that says Camera and instead use PC. What It seems I can not do is use the AF/MF Settings. Once I turn on Focus Area, I can click in my frame to designate a focus area but that doesn't actually tell my camera to focus. When I click on my shutter button, nothing happens. I can not take a picture with the AF/MF Settings turned on. In the Preferences for Fuji Tethered Plugin Pro, there's an option to "Specify action of clicking on the Live View window". The options are Move Focus Area, Instant AF, and Instant AF and Shoot. The first one is the only one that results in a proper action. If I exit out of the Fuji Tethered Plugin Pro and just use the built in LR capture tool, my camera will focus as expected. Please let me know what things I'm getting wrong. All I want to do is see a large view of my subject, click to focus, and take a picture. I've spent too much time and money trying to make this work.
  11. I purchased my X-T2 in January and instantly fell in love. One of my favorite features was its use of buttons and dials along the camera for quickly changing settings rather than going through the menus. Along with the physical features of the camera I was also blown away by the auto focus Fujifilm was able to develop for this amazing camera. I use AF almost exclusively and with that I was using the Focus Lever (Focus Stick) quite often as well. After a few months with the X-T2 I noticed an issue with my Focus Stick, it would no longer go in the upward or up-diagonal directions. I kept using the camera for events and shoots I needed it for, working around the limitations I'd found and hoped that with the software updates to come my problem would be fixed. After downloading both updates it seems my issue is still present. I've searched a few times to see if anyone else has had this issue but haven't found an answer and instead was met with frustration. I'm hoping someone here can help me as Fujifilms website has also been of no help to me.
  12. After shooting several thousands of photos using the X-T2. I realized I don't like the joystick. It's too slow. When I press the joystick to one direction, the focus point moves too slowly. I shoot fashion/models mostly. So when the subject's head moves, I have to move the focus point to follow them. With the X-T1, I was able to mash the directional pads to move it. It was much faster than the joystick of X-T2. And no, I can't use face detect AF. I tried it, and it isn't fast enough, and it doesn't detect the face sometimes to make it useful for me. I think Fuji needs to release a firmware update to speed up the focus point movement with the joystick. What is everyone else's thoughts on the joystick?
  13. Anyone else have similar issues like I described below? Yesterday it was a rainy day and I took my X-T1 with 50-140 and X-T2 with 16-55 out to a charity walk which I've volunteered for in the past as a photographer. My X-T1 held up great as always in the rain. My X-T2 had issues. All was fine, but then about an hour into the event and still raining, my X-T2 was telling me that the "maximum operating temperature has been reached" and the camera would shut down. That sounds kinda odd because it was maybe 55 degrees Fahrenheit in the rain and the X-T2 body was cold to the touch. The MENU and Q buttons either stopped working or the MENU button would pull up the Q menu. I brought it home after the event and decided to let it dry out. When I removed the 16-55, there was no water slipping past the seal and water hadn't gotten into any of the other compartments. As of this morning, the X-T2 will initially recognize the lens mounted on it, but then will display an f number of 0, and the shutter button will fire with the slightest press, not even focusing. The MENU button will now pull up the menu intermittently but the Q button and focus point stick doesn't work at all. The D pad seems to work okay. Anyone else experience similar issues in the same rainy conditions? It's almost as if water had gotten through the MENU buttons... My X-T1 has been through some pretty heavy rain and cold over the past 20 months or so and is still going strong!
  14. Fujifilm X-T2 half case is ready now http://kaza-deluxe.com/blog.php
  15. Hey there, I'm interested in finding some underwater housing for my new (yay!) XT2 but all I can find is housing for the XT1. Has anyone seen housing for the 2 yet? I'm assuming the 1 housing wont work as the dials are way different. Thanks
  16. Working with the XT2, I picked up a cheap non-electronic adapter for my old Canon FD lenses. Can't seem to find the menu function that would allow the shutter to work with the dumb adapter. Is there a switch in the menu or is this not possible?
  17. Hello Everyone, Long time Fuji shooter here. I recently placed an order for an XPro2 (and possibly an XT2 as well) from a local retailer. I was told they were out of stock in store and actually, Fuji film distribution has notified them that they are out of stock there as well. I've also heard from others that this has been their experience as well Has anyone heard something similar to this? Has Fujifilm announced an ETA of when they will be instock at their locations and able to ship? I'm guessing this won't occur until the holidays..
  18. I was shooting some BTS images at a shoot the other day and and snapped a few facing the sun flaring the lens. I noticed this ugly sensor pattern once I brought the image into lightroom. I was shooting raw on the 50-140 (+1.4x converter). I did some research and saw it's been in other fuji cameras, does anyone know if there's a fix in the works for this? Hopefully the attached images show up.
  19. I am reposting this from another x forum as I am hoping Fuji will see this if no one has already requested: I love the auto focus - it's terrific- but, I feel TOO fast for cinematic-like focus pulls when one operator / cinephotographer is shooting moving picture work. It's a dead giveaway it's on auto, with one operator. I would like to make a feature request in a firmware update for two additional slower modes for continuous auto focusing: Just "slower" and "slowest" or maybe "cine", and thin slowest called something like "slow". The current snappy pull simply does not look like a typical focus pull for a filmmaker. It is set up for snap pulls- which can work for action - but optimized for stills work, less so for motion. Adding these options would be a huge benefit to single-person run and gun operators , eg those who shoot short film, documentary etc, and automagically also enable the operator to better adjust framing on the fly to help ensure the focus pull locks onto the intended target . . . . Adding this feature, plus FLOG to the SD card (PLEASE try to keep it 4:2:2!) would make the X-T2 KILLER. LOVING the XT2 so far. Richard
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