None of the functions on my Fuji X-T3 work when the DJI Ronin SC is on. I can’t change the shutter speed, ISO, aperture, etc. The Ronin SC works fine but once it’s on, the camera stops functioning. When I press the record button on the gimbal, it locks focus but doesn’t take a picture. I have to hold down the record button on the gimbal for 3+ seconds for it to work. The camera screen even dims after a few seconds as if it’s not in use.
I've tried doing a Shooting Menu Reset and Set-Up Reset on the camera. The connection mode is set to USB Tether Shooting Auto. I've tried removing and replacing the lens, battery, and SD card. Everything has the latest updates. The USB-C cables are plugged in properly and all the way. Has anyone had this issue and knows how to solve it?
Ronin SC Firmware: 18.104.22.168
Ronin App Version: 1.4.5(1451)
Fuji X-T3 Body Version: 4.00
Fuji 16mm 1.4 Version: 1.01
By K PRETHVIRAJ
I have been shooting video with fujifilm recently . so i thought it will be great ,if everyone who's into videography with fujifilm camera's ,share their workflow , external monitor's , gimbals, rig's ,video recording settings, colorgrading steps ,which LUT's they use , which software's you use for editing , rendering , compressing etc....
so i hope everyone share your experiences ,and the things i mentioned above , so that everyone who's into videography with fujifilm cameras can improve themselves from the information you share ,also the people who are new to videography with fujifilm cameras, can understand things related to videography easier ! .
have a nice day ,wish everyone of you using fujifilm cameras a year ahead full of luck !.... please share your videography knowledge here soon !
By Tin Do
So I just updated my X-T3 to the firmware Ver.4.00 and I can't charge the camera via my USB-C Apple wall plug.
No green light on the back of the camera but the white plug symbol does appear when plugged in.
The only time when the X-T3 is charging via USB is when the camera is turned OFF and connected to my MacBook Pro or Powerbank.
Does anyone else experience this problem?
I have the 35mm f1.4 that I like a lot. It's kinda welded to my xpro2 as it takes 99% of my photos. I like the simplicity of the 50mm equivalent fov, and the fact I can use it for almost everything.
I'm looking for another 35mm lens, with a wider opening, as 1.4 does not always take enough light in (I do a lot of portraits at night). So I'm considering the Mitakon 35mm f0.95, which seems to have a lot of good user reviews. I can get it used under 400€ I think.
Meanwhile, 7artisans announced a similar lens for half that price which, if I am to believe the hype, is equal if not better than the Mitakon.
Should I believe it, and get the 7 artisans?
Or should I consider that 7artisans sent their best copies for youtubers for review, and that in reality, a 250$ lens can't be as good as a 550$ one? in which case I should get the Mitakon?
Going to use my X-T4 for video recordings at my video club. I can't seem to find any information about whether the X-T4 accepts an external time code input (e.g. Timecode Systems Ultrasync One) or whether I have to use an audio track to take the time code. Anyone know of any info?
(I am aware that the X-T4 can generate time code, but that's not what I am asking. )
I have an X-T4 and shaky hands. This question may not make sense but it does in my mind. Would I be better off going with an XF16-55 which my understanding is, the F2.8 makes it a faster lens but with no OIS or a XF18-55 with F2.8-4 and built in OIS. Also does the IBIS work in conjunction with the OIS? Or does the IBIS work well with the 16-55 and no need for the OIS Thanks for any help.
I have 14mm F2.8 lens and when I use it while walking - it caouses warping edges. It is possible to fix with new firmware?