So i have a friend in Hollywood FL thats about to return home on monday morning. This is my last chance to purchase an XT3 and join Fuji but it's out of stock everywhere. Does anyone know any local stores he could walk in and purchase? Shipping is obviously out of the question.
Hi, I am sorry if I am posting this question in the wrong place. I'm new here. And, thank you for reading this.
Like many, I have film simulation recipes under the Custom Settings. I would like to know what Custom Settings Name (i.e. film simulation recipe name) I selected for a photo I already took. Is there a way to save a tag under EXIF metadata or any other similar method that one can check later with each photo? If relevant, I am using a XE-3.
When using af, if you zoom in and use it, the camera suddenly stops working. This phrase pops up. 'Check the battery'. However, I have four batteries, but the same phenomenon occurs even if I try to use them while changing. I think it may be a problem with lens production, but have other people ever experienced this??? I live in Paraguay, so I don't have a Fujifilm AS center. I'm looking for a solution.
Did anyone else have a hard time registering their X-T4? I am trying and it won’t accept my X-T4 model number. I can’t get past that part of the registration process. Your help is appreciated.
With stills, I had write errors when shooting panorama, CH, CL, long exposure etc and using a slower card. Had reported to Fuji here and as expected the issue was never heard of by them in spite of sending them links to the issues. But they were very helpful in loaning a camera, a faster card and they took my card to try on their camera. It was concluded by Fuji that the card was slow. And the truth is, I switched to a faster card and haven't seen the issue after that.
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Well...this is embarrassing, but maybe helpful for anyone else out there who runs into this - if you change your connection settings to "USB Fixed" you will get the symptoms above. Switch it to "USB Auto" and you should be fine. Basically, while troubleshooting for Webcam usage I switched it and didn't think about the ramifications of leaving it that way. Whoops!