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Does anyone know if it’s possible to shoot in Bulb mode with the X-T100? 

when I’ve looked it up I can see it says ‘up to 60 mins’ but I can’t seem to set it past 30 seconds.

do I need a remote to use bulb mode or is there a way to do it without a remote or using the app maybe?

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