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Marina
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Hey guys! 

Can anyone help me finding the Bulb Mode on the X S10? 

I already read the menu and I've been trying everything. The manual just says "using the rear command dial, choose a shutter speed of [BULB]". 

But the only thing that the rear command dial does is to change the shutter speed. It doesn't show any Bulb option. 

Thanks

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Welcome to our forum. Perhaps you are using the electronic shutter and the bulb mode only works only with the mechanical shutter. But I must admit that I'm only guessing since I don't use bulb very often.

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11 hours ago, Marina said:

But the only thing that the rear command dial does is to change the shutter speed. It doesn't show any Bulb option.

● Is the X-S10 in M mode ?
● Have you turned the command dial up to the Bulb position?

Actually, everything you need to know is in the operating instructions: https://fujifilm-dsc.com/en-int/manual/x-s10/taking_photo/shooting_mode/#manual

Here is something about the M mode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24BXoGerDFI

 

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11 hours ago, Olaf W. said:

Welcome to our forum. Perhaps you are using the electronic shutter and the bulb mode only works only with the mechanical shutter. But I must admit that I'm only guessing since I don't use bulb very often.

Thank you for your reply! Unfortunately that didn't work. :(

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