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X-Pro 3 viewfinder lightleak issue

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I just thought might be useful to share my experience here in case others got similar issue.

After using X Pro 3 just for two weeks, all of the sudden the viewfinder got super bright light leak overlay on top of everything. It affects both EVF and OVF,  by adding a super bright grey light. I'm not sure where this extra light is coming from, as dropping the brightness / reset all settings didn't help.

I've returned the camera for repair, no updates yet.

 

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