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I have an issue with my Fuji Xe3. If i take shots on a selected shutter speed the photos come out really really underexposed (we're talking shutter speeds of 1/180 or 1/250 so nothing super fast). In addition, when I set the camera to one of my pre-set customer settings where i've programmed it to not allow the shutter speed to go below a certain speed the camera goes down to low ranges like 1/10 or 1/20 making the photos incredible blurry. Even if i switch to full auto mode the shutter speed hovers around 1/5 to 1/10 and stay there, again leading to very blurry photos. The ISO is high enough and i can be in day light situations meaning it shouldn't need to over compensate. 


It happed a couple of weeks ago but sorted its self out but has start happening again. 


Any one had this issue and know how to fix it? 



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