Then you would have to know at what frequency the display runs from the mobile phone. Modern mobile phones have significantly higher frequencies than 60Hz and are able to generate variable frequencies, depending on the application. Then there is the problem with polarization. If you can adjust the shutter speed on the camera directly, you should choose a synchronous shutter speed.
As an alternative, you can use another mobile phone model. With my Samsung Galaxy S10+ DUOs, I don't have these problems with the Fujifilm X-A1.
Anyone have a solution to my problem. I was shooting 4K today with my XT3 and the shots with a mobile phone screen in it had dark bands crossing the phone screen. I realise it would be down to frequency but does anyone know of what settings to put into the camera to counteract this issue.
My frame rate was 29.97fps H.265 (HEVC)/H.264. My ISO setting was 400 and it was a sunny day.
Thanks in advance
I am able to connect the app with my Xt3 and transfer images no problem.
However the XT4 doesn't seem to be recognized by the app? I have bluetooth enabled and cannot pair with the XT4.
I get this blank screen when it says camera found:
(I am using an iphone ios 15.5 and latest app version of fujifilm app