I am planning to purchase the new FujiFilm XT-4 when it is available in NL.
With the launch of the XT-4 FujiFilm removed the supported SD Cards from the compatibility section on their website.
The link is still present on the XT-3 specifications website but the link is not working anymore
* 1 Please see the Fujifilm website to check memory card compatibility https://www.fujifilm.com/support/digital_cameras/compatibility/card/x/?_ga=2.36026537.881780981.1588514698-1422211324.1588514698
I am planning to shoot both video and stills, and I selected two SD cards of 128 GB SDXC V90 UHS-II on their specifications and price
Lexar 128GB Professional 2000x UHS-II SDXC Memory Card https://www.amazon.com/Lexar-Professional-2000x-128GB-UHS-II/dp/B012PL522W?ref_=s9_apbd_simh_hd_bw_b51Uq&pf_rd_r=024ABYFTPNGFBZWMKNQV&pf_rd_p=4857e4ec-7a8c-5815-af71-33dcd2497338&pf_rd_s=merchandised-search-10&pf_rd_t=BROWSE&pf_rd_i=1197396
ProGrade Digital 128GB UHS-II SDXC Memory Card https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07T9JWPBJ/ref=emc_b_5_t?th=1
Does anyone have any experience with those SD cards?
Is there any way I can verify with FujiFilm which 128 GB SDXC V90 UHS-II are supported or recommended by them?
I have an XT1 and absolutely love it. I'm thinking of trading it in for an XT3 - but am wondering if it is worth it. I'm not really interested in movies, and most of the extra you get with the XT3 seems to be in the video area. Also, is the XT3 heavier than the XT1? I really like the light weight of the XT1.
Recently my XT1 stopped working, when I have a lens attached the lcd screen flashes for 20 seconds and then I get the message "Lens Control Error" on screen and am unable to take any shots. I've tried a few things already (listed at the bottom) and none of these steps have resolved the issue. I've tested it with my 16mm lens and another lens and the error seems to occur with any lens, so I'm sure it's an issue with the body and not the lens. When I remove the lens the error doesn't occur.
I'm currently travelling in Colombia and according to their designated service centre here (who I'm not entirely sure I trust) I need to have the camera's main board ("tarjeta principal") replaced, for which they're quoting around $150. I just want to be sure that this really is the issue before I shell out the cash to have it fixed.
Has anyone had this error fixed by Fuji and if so, do you know what element needed to be fixed?
Thanks in advance.
Steps I've already tried:
Turned the camera on and off; removed the battery for a few mins and replaced; updated the firmware for both the camera and lens; reset the camera to factory default settings; taken the lens on and off; cleaned the copper contact points both on the lens and the body.
My name is Amir, I'm a Photographer from Iran. I recently Joined this Community because I need your advice or opinion on a situation here.
I'm a film shooter and recently I decided to buy a Fujifilm X Camera. I mainly do Landscapes, along with some portraits and street.
I'm on a tight budget (roughly 1100$) and new Fuji products are very expensive here! (more than their normal price worldwide!) so I'm not in a good financial position to buy a Fuji X-T2...
But recently I came across two options here. one is a brand new Fujifilm X-T1+18-55 kit lens around 800$ price tag (special offer) and the other one is a used X-T20+18-55 kit lens (roughly 2000 shots) around 950$.
Depending on my needs, which one do you suggest? I'm planning to go with it for a minimum of 3 years so its a crucial choice for me here and also the weather sealing is a real deal breaker for me.
I'm coming from canon and get the xpro 3 two weeks now I don't know the difference between xpro 2
But I'm very surprised the image quality deliver from the xpro 3.
What I saw the images from xpro 2 they are almost ,maybe the same quality as the xpro3
If I owned the xpro 2 or xt 3 I will probably not upgrade to xpro 3
If you are going for a new camera just one camera I will definitely go for the xpro 3
Do any of the newer Fuji film X cameras come with a paper owners manual in the box? If not, does anyone know when they last did enclose a written manual. I have difficulty reading on the computer screen and have manuals for my old Xe-1 and Xt-1. I just find it much easier to read the paper manuals and it's easier for me to go back and forth from different pages to learn something. Thanks. Norm