Hello. I just acquired a EF X20 Flash. I put it on the hot shoe but my XT2 (firmware 4.40) recognizes it as in sync terminal. So I can only acces the Manual mode (the TTL Mode in Flash Settings is grayed out). The flash does fire on Manual, but the TTL is not working.
When I put the EF X8 Flash, it simply does not even fire.
I am on single shot and mechanic shutter.
Any ideas what might be happening?
Thanks a lot!
Not sure if this is the correct forum.
I have XT20 and XE1 (and Nikon D300 and D5300)
2 laptops and a desktop all running Debian Buster (10) and the USB connection works fine. Also an INTEL NUC running linux MINT and the USB works fine for all 4 cameras.
Now I've bought and assembled a new INTEL NUC and installed Debian 10 again. I've updated the BIOS
the D5300 mounts, the D5300 does not mount and needs GTKAM.
The 2 fuji cameras also need GTKAM - and will not automount.
Any suggestions as to why the fuji cameras automount on some machines and not others, when the operating system is identical (apart from MINT)
I've run out of ideas I'm afraid
Hope you're all well.
My Fuji randomly stopped turning on a few weeks ago. The screen turns on but not completely (as seen on the attachments). Changing to the Viewfinder also doesn't work, shutter doesn't go off...nothing works. When I turn it off, the screen stays on; I have to remove the battery for my camera to shut down. I've interchanged between my 3 batteries multiple times, and the problem persists.
I've looked for solutions on forums, but never found anything that fits. Tried updating the firmware through an SD card but the camera won't even turn on for the update to begin in the first place.
Any tips? I'd love to hear from you guys!
I have a quick question regarding the XT-2. I jumped from a Canon 40D to the XT-2 some time ago. I love the camera and the feel and output are fantastic for me. With that said, I have noticed that I have a harder time (on the Fuji) transferring what I see in my viewfinder to my computer screen. In other words there seems to be a disconnect between what I see in the computer and what I remember being in the viewfinder. I don't think it is a color or exposure issue, maybe a framing? Not quite sure. Do I simply need more experience with the camera? I'm using a 18-55 for both cameras. Thank you.