Hi, I've owned a XT3 for some time, mainly for stills - I've taken the occasional video but not really paid much attention to the settings. I started to take more videos now - and I've noticed that whilst using AutoISO, there is no display of the actual ISO that the XT3 is selecting. I would find this useful so I can tell if I should remove/reduce the ND filter. The only way around this would be to set manual ISO, and maybe use a variable ND for adjustment.Then I got an XT4 - and I've noticed that the XT4 does show the actual ISO. Just wondering if anyone knows if this is a 'new' feature on the XT4. Or was it possible to see on the XT3 and I've inadvertently disabled it. A friend has an XT2 which behaves like my XT3 - no specfic ISO displayed.
I'm having the same issue when I'm using the camera with a Godox flash light! Almost every 10-20 photos the issue occurs and the camera freezes completely, the indicator lamp turns into orange. And same here I have to literally take the battery out to resume the camera. Look for a solution too.
I've tried using a "Ground Loop Isolator" but that did not clear up the problem... like at all.
I made a video in italian (I live in italy) but the gist is pretty obvious:
Looking for recommendations...
I've been told also that an EMI shield for a power socket as a Power Conditioner was advised to clean up the dirty sound
Try opening Photos and seeing if it appears under albums. If it does, you can import all the images to your Photos Library. However, if you want to organize your pictures further, you have to export them as Unmodified Originals.