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After updating the X-T4 firmware to v1.02 my camera now locks up after turning it on.  The LCD view is live but the EVF does not work and all buttons on the camera are locked. After about 10 seconds the EVF and buttons begin to work as normal. I don't think I am alone with this problem and I hope a fix is coming soon.  Not good.

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Is it possible to download previous firmware version 1.01 from Fujifilm?
It can be worth to downgrade to that firmware version. If problem dissapear then, it must be a problem in firmware version 1.02, that is a logical conclusion I think.
Edit: I asked Fujifilm support in my country, Sweden, and they adviced not to downgrade firmware from 1.02 to 1.01, it could damage the camera they said.

/Bo

From Fujifilm firmware version history for X-T4:

Ver.1.02
Updated: 06.30.2020
The firmware update Ver.1.02 from Ver.1.01 incorporates the following issues:

- Improvement of BIS function during a movie shooting.
- The phenomenon is fixed that images, which were erased from an SD card with SIMULTANEOUS DELETE ON, are played back.
- The phenomenon is fixed that overexposure can happen in a certain shooting condition.
- The phenomenon is fixed that a camera doesn’t wake up by pressing the shutter button after auto power off worked.
- Fix of minor bugs.


Ver.1.01

The firmware update Ver.1.01 from Ver.1.00 incorporates the following issues:

- The phenomenon is fixed that the battery in the camera body cannot be charged by the bundled AC adapter when the USB POWER SUPPLY SETTING is changed to OFF from ON (default setting).
- The phenomenon is fixed that repeated turning on and off a camera delays the set time.

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Regarding the freeze problem on my X-T4.
I received from Fujifilm Nordic support yesterday July 16 2020:

"Of course it should not be any freeze and I have talked to one of our product specialists regarding this. It has nothing to do with the firmware, it seems to be a problem with the camera."

/Bo

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