Thank you for the post! From what you described, I think you felt the way I feel now regarding using Capture One. Since writing the post you quoted, I actually bought Capture One for Fujifilm. But I keep putting off learning how to use it. To be honest... I'm intimidated by learning a new software (I'm an old guy kinda set in my ways) when I feel so comfortable using Lightroom. I bought Capture One when I was feeling motivated to learn the program. But I kept putting it off and now
I came across the same issue as well. Problem solved.
After inserting a flimsy plastic piece (anything with certain thickness), it is back in business.
It seems this is a problem about the sensitivity of the sensor.
I first used a screw driver to create a tiny gap in between, and it worked.
Stupid thing. ^^
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Shame, you should seriously look at Capture One as
a) you don't have to pay for it, the Fuji version is free to users of Fuji.
b) Capture one really does not have a big learning curve at all, people make out it does, and it put me off for a long while, and then I did it and it was great. It has a tool to import and covert your existing LR catalogue (whilst preserving the LR catalogue)
c) There are options to configure the view and workflow to ape LR as closely as is possible to he