I have never been able to get an external intervalometer to work while using the remote app, I can use one or the other separately, but not both at the same time.
That said, if you use the app by itself, it does allow you to change the shutter speed, f-stop, ISO, and a few other settings.
I suspect enough folks will need to request that the app work with intervalometers to have the feature.
I was wondering if Fuji finally fixed the new xApp as they promised on May 31st. Also, has anyone started using it? I'm also hoping Fuji ports this over so we can use it with the 50r and the XH1.
I've had no issues with he old app and will still use it with my other cameras, but I was considering switching my 100s over to the new one. Any assistance is greatly appreciated.
Hello Stefan, Have you tried Adobe Bridge? I believe it's a free download. May want to try a free trial of Luminar, or Capture One as well. You have nothing to lose but a few bucks if you decide to buy it.
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Apple does not yet support the X-T30 II. There are some options you can try.
Use this (it is free) to convert the raw files to TIFF, which you can then edit in your current editor.
Use an EXIF editor to change the camera name in the raf’s exif tags to X-T30 — version one — and then the Apple support should be there. I do not recommend this other than as a last choice option.