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Fujifilm XT5 not recording all images on SD card


Pete Edwards

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I recently purchased a Fujifilm XT5 after owning a XT2 for many years.  I purchased new SanDisk extreme pro 256gb cards (200 mbs) and formatted them in the camera.  I was shooting in RAW only.  I took about 2000 frames and some MP4 video and they recorded on the SD card without any problem.  Without changing any settings, the camera took frames, however, these did not record any image on the SD card.  The images continue with a sequential file no and have data recorded on the SD card but when I tried to download them on my Windows computer, the frames download but there is no image visible.  Then later on the same SD card, the camera records images, which can be viewed and downloaded.

The frame is recorded on the SD card, but it cannot be viewed on the camera or on the computer.  The affected frames show as 'black' screens/images.

Any advice please?

 

 

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Where did you purchase the cards?  Lot of counterfeits out there. Hopefully is a card issue.

Do you get an error when trying to view in camera or on PC, or they are just black images?
I’ve seen few posts for other Fujifilm cameras with similar issue but none of the ones I saw had a resolution.  I haven’t had this happen with my X-T5 fortunately. I usually shoot RAW + JPEG with Sandisk cards but don’t have any 256 cards. Sucks to lose images. 

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