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    • I could be wrong but I don’t think you’ll get much magnification with those lenses. My Raynox 250 seems to work much better with at least a 100mm lens behind it, and 200-300mm would be even better. 
    • In really bright light, the OVF is really nice to have. I could live without it, but I'd miss it. 
    • At 16x20... maybe. It depends on the subject and how you use the lens. The F's lens is definitely at its weakest very close and wide-open. If you often shoot very close, the new lens could make a significant difference for you. If you like to use the lens wide-open, the new lens probably renders somewhat differently; sharper, but also with different bokeh and local contrast. Which you like better gets pretty subjective.  Personally, the only feature the V has that I really wish the F had was the ability to simultaneously record uncropped RAW when the digital teleconverter is in use. I just shoot twice to get around it, but it would be nice...  Whether those are "great advantages" is really up to you :). 
    • OK, thank you for your test. Two of my friends have had the same issue than me. I will reset my body and try again. If the issue still exists, Fujifilm Support should help.  
    • Try starting at this link: https://fujifilm-x.com/global/support/download/firmware/cameras/x-t30-ii/ The link is the next from this starting point: https://fujifilm-x.com/global/support/download/firmware/cameras/
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