I think you might be confusing video with stills - apologies if not. On any Fuji camera, you've got 3 focussing modes, S, C and M - Single, Continuous and Manual (somewhere in your menu options - I think on other cameras there's a dedicated switch on the front, but not the S10). If you have your focus set to Continous, it will track whatever it thinks is the main subject - if you're in video mode, camera starts focussing as soon as it's on. For stills, you have to half press. PRE-AF option i
I agree, I'm pretty new at the X-T4 as well and I found Kasumi3344's reply a bit insulting. (Later) I read through the book Kasumi3344 offered and found the author's attitude insulting. Come on guys, why not drop the sharp, impatient, know-it-all attitude and just offer helpful information?
"After many years of Fuji I know most settings by heart, but it took me a while."
Agreed Herco! Fuji sent me an X-Pro 1 in 2012 when it was introduced and I immediately fell into a love/hate relationship that continues to this day (i'm thankful to say). It's the 🤬 menu system! As a pro Nikon shooter the menus in Fuji are horrendous and exhibit ZERO intuitiveness.
Herco, I'm going to try emptying out My Menu to see if that helps. Besides that there is NOTHING of interest for me in My Me
Couldnt agree more, I remember the XT-1 use to have machined dials on the top, and a very nice build qaulity.
fast forward to the XT-4 and we have like you said cheap punched dials on the top, the flip out screen does feel like it will break every time i flip it out, and why the hell did they not cover the back of the flip out screen with the same material as the canera is beyond me