What could be causing this in my X-T3. 160ISO, 20 sec exposure, 16-80mm at 22 mm. Attached is a crop. Looks like red and green hot pixels. My film sim is the std default as well. All photos are raw and edited in lightroom.
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I had a quick search for this and couldn’t see anything so apologies if it’s been posted before.
I have an X-T30 which I love, but the one thing that annoys me is the tripod plate needs to be removed to access the battery compartment. I’ve seen a few l brackets which allow access to the battery compartment.
I have a Peak Design tripod, so the plate needs to be unscrewed with a little key and it’s just a pain.
Can anyone recommend an l bracket which is compatible with the X-T30, allows access to the battery compartment, is decent quality and doesn’t add too much bulk?
I’d appreciate it if you could send your recommendations.
Question from a newbie with a used X-T2 and aging eyesight. The YouTube gurus seem inconsistent with regard to whether or not the 3,690,000 dot EVF on the X-T3 is a noticable improvement over the 2,360,000 dot one in the X-T2. It's not the only reason to upgrade of course, but I'm looking for any justification I can find! Does anyone with experience of both care to opine on the relative merits of the two EVFs?
Can anyone help please with a X-T3 front dial question... I lost the ability today to use the front dial for changing my ISO and F Stop... the command dial is set to D1 EV, D2 ISO, D3 F... rear dial SS...
This seems to be the correct way... any thoughts please
Does anyone have experienced using these three items together successfully?
I know the camera and lens weigh just over 2 lbs and the gimbal will take 4.4 lbs so I don’t anticipate weight being an issue.
But the camera plus lens is pretty long and some long camera/lens combos apparently won’t work.
If any of you with experience using all three care to weigh in, I would be in your debt.
As far as I know you can’t change this behaviour with an update. Use an editing software to combine the files. Perhaps you can merge them on your computer using a shell command, too (works sometimes, depending on the operating system and the underlying disc‘s format).