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Do these models support time-lapse photography with the electronic shutter?
Will the shutter speed of 20-30 seconds in mode time-lapse and shooting in RAW be supported with the electronic shutter?
And doesn’t the shutter wear out at the same time, that is, a resource conditionally of 100-150 thousand is not spent?
I plan to shoot star time lapses.

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Reading through the manuals will certainly answer a lot of questions — they are easily found on Fujifilms web-site, as well as information like this:

https://fujifilm-x.com/en-us/stories/advanced-month-3-motion-9-electronic-shutter/
 

RAW storage is not affected by using electronic or mechanical shutter type, electronic shutter operates by turning the sensor on or off.

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