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It seems the Lcd tint has not been rectified in different bodies.

i really thought that Fuji would have seen the amount of complaints and worked on a resolution. 

Heres 2 X-T30’s I bought within a month of each other side by side. 
Totally reset and setup and still an lcd yellow tint is present. 
Warranty exchange needed - even after adjusting lcd color and brightness etc. The EVF and LCD are showing same issue.

Ridiculous and a complete pain in the ass.

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Brought back the X-T30 today and tried 3 in store - all exhibited same issue in varying degrees of yellow tint. 

I was offered a refund but opted to try more as I shop regularly at the store. They have contacted Fujifilm to order others from possibly another batch to test. 

Absolute joke in my opinion. 
 

My X-E2s, X-T1 and evening X-M1 do t exhibit this problem. 
 

I did order a 2nd X-E2s when B&H had a sale and it had the issue and had to be sent back also a few years back. 
 

I’ll keep you posted. 
 

 

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The reply I received from Fuji back a while ago

 

“Thank you for your patience regarding this issue.  
 
After speaking to our camera service engineers, they told me there is no coating on the new cameras and while the new LCD panels have a similar colour gamut, they are no longer calibrated by the factory in the same way that they used to be.  
They believe this changed around the end of 2019 but they weren't sure.  Nothing that should make a black and white image look sepia though, the LCD will be slightly warmer out of the box.
 
In the same way that most TV screens and monitors are not colour calibrated from the factory, the LCD screens on our cameras are not either and instead have the option to be adjusted manually by the end user to their preference.
 
I appreciate this is probably not what you are looking for, but this is how the new generation of cameras are made”

I tested a GFX50s I store that was traded in. No issues with the lcd - Seems the more money you spend the lcd is then properly calibrated. The lower end cameras under 1K they ain’t. 
 

very sad to see

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