Hi, my name is Steven. A Kiwi/New Zealander expat currently living in Singapore. Have been shooting analogue for years then took a break with just my point-and-shoot, and have just bought an X-T3 - my first really serious camera and digi setup. So, still learning the camera itself as well as the technology. Just realised I made myself sound about 80 years old, which I’m not!! Looking forward to absorbing the collective wisdom of the members and viewing some amazing work.
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 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 am struggling with underexposed videos using my X-T3 and 10-24mm with interior Real Estate videos even with a decent amount of natural and ambient light. The footage is just too dark unless I pump up the ISO to 4000 where it gets really noisy.
What are the best wide-angle lenses for the X-T3 with regards to interior Real Estate videography where it's usually low light? Also, is there a budget friendly option? I've gone through the Complete Overview of X Mount Lenses but I was hoping for some recommendations specific to the industry and video.
Thanks for any help guys!
4K 29.97P I would prefer 59.94P to slow down some shots YouTube encoding prefers 30P ss60 F4.0 ISO 800-4000 200Mbps H.264 / H.265 Long GOP / ALL-Intra Eterna Custom White Balance DR400 Film Simulation Recording / F-Log Recording
As a newborn X shooter (X-T2) I'm really impressed and happy with the system.
It's been an absolute Joy.
My only negative - and it's a rather small one- is about the buttons in the back. Coming from Nikon I can't help but to think that the buttons on the Fuji cameras seem a bit small and dare I Day it; "flimsy"... I use back button Focus when shooting so having better quality and larger more pronounced buttons would be great. It would make the system perfect for my use.
What is your opinion about the buttons? Do you feel the same or am I wrong? Would love your view and input.
Daniel from Copenhagen
No doubt the original poster's problem has long been solved, but for anyone who has stumbled upon this thread, there is a fairly good explanation of how to register the camera on the computer here https://fujifilm-dsc.com/en/pc_autosave/setup.html .
Hi jpickles, the 23/1.4 and the 56/1.2 will block a significant part of the OVF of the X-Pro2. It will be a little bit less when you use the optional square metal lenshood. The one for the 23/1.4 will also fit on the 56/1.2. The 14/2.8 is less obstructing the OVF esp. when you remove the lenshood. However, the framelines for the 14mm will be outside your OVF. Best switch to EVF for that lens. The 16mm will roughly be the max. for the OVF (representing the entire OVF view (no framelines displayed).