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Just received my X100F few days ago and currently doing some testings and comparisons to X-Pro2.

X100F's EVF is bigger(higher magnification) and I like it better than one in X-Pro2. However, while shooting in dim light I noticed that EVF has these horizontal lines. That are barely visible, and I could only see them in certain situations(mainly gradients) prominently at the bottom of the EVF. It's kind of hard to explain what they look like, but I'd describe them as line os pixels of different brightness. Try scrolling through some photos in EVF and let me know of you see them or just point your camera on solid-coloured wall. Found a similar issue HERE.

P.S. I might sound very nitpicky, but these things don't really bother me. I just want to know if I'm the only one seeing them.

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