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    • Hi All My XT5 tells me that my newly formatted 64gb card has a capacity of 183 photos, which is much less than it had previously.  It also tells me that by 32gb card has the same capacity which sounds about right.  When I put the cards in my XT20 however the capacity of the 64 gb card is double that of the smaller one which is what I'd expect.   Daft laddie question - why?  Is it me? Thanks Ian 
    • Congratulations on your new camera ! I wish you that you may enjoy it for a long time. 
    • It sounds ilke you have the drive dial set to Multiple Exposures, the one next to Adv2. Turn the dial back to S or CL or CH and the camera should go back to the way you are used to it behaving. p.s. Welcome to the forum.
    • My Charcoal X-T50 arrived today and here are my first impressions:  It's small. If you take away the flash dome it's the same size as my Leica D-Lux7. Its small size requires me to learn to grip it differently than my other Fujis especially my X-H2s. It's heavier than I thought it would be and feels heavier than my X-T1. I love, love, love the film sim dial and have programmed the C-1-3 with other Fuji sims that aren't designated on the dial. IMHO it's a beautiful camera that is laid out similarly to my other Fujis although the tiny joy stick will take some getting used to. I also love, love, love the digital 1.4 and 2 TC and have programed the back dial to initiate them. On one side of the viewfinder is the diopter control and on the other side is a programmable button that I didn't notice until programming the buttons showed it but it is a cool feature although difficult to get to if you are holding the camera to your eye. Things I don't like: It came with an uncharged battery. I've never gotten a new Fuji with a dead battery until this one. Fortunately I've got several of the 126s batteries that are charged. No hot shoe cover. I know this is supposed to be a budget X-T5 but come on Fuji a matching hot shoe cover doesn't cost that much. No manual. I know manuals are a cost cutback for camera companies and I've downloaded one from the Fuji site but for $1399 it should be included. These are first out of the box impressions and I have not shot with it yet or processed any images and will post some when I do.   
    • Well I just got back from a trip to drumheller and noticed that the lens seems to vignette quite severely. Is this normal for the lens, or is it an issue? I can correct it manually in capture one but I'd rather not have to for every photo
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