Hello Everyone, nice to meet you all. It's my first time posting in Fuji X Forum.
Just wanted to say I moved from Sony full frame mirrorless system to Fuji X-T3 because I am mainly a video shooter, and XT-3 is an incredible system for me, and I am so happy with its codec and color (and lens), but it turns out that my XT-3 also shoots incredible still photos as well!
And so I have been shooting stills, and since I'm a video shooter first and foremost, I made a timelapse video that I would like to share with the fine people here.
Where would be an appropriate place to upload a link to the youtube video of the timelapse on these forums?
The subject is landscape.
Thanks, and I'm looking forward to checking out more awesome shots everyone has been taking with their Fujifilm cameras!
Hi all, this is my first post on here and a complete amateur to boot. I am very keen to buy a new camera that I will enjoy shooting with and obviously I'd like the best image quality available, so can any of you guys please advise on any thoughts, ideas based on your experiences with these cameras for the kind of shooting I want to achieve, and any images to back suggestions up is of course more than welcome, thank you in advance guys.
PS, just wanted to say my budget is around £2750 gbp, for a camera, and 2 lenses if possible.📷👍😀
Most of the above mentioned people are lame, lacking even foundational knowledge, except for Ken Wheeler (Theoria Apophasis, not Apotheosis, or Apohposis, or Apothasis, or whatever, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/apophasis) - he actually made me to switch to Fujifilm, hehe), and maybe that always ecstatic guy from pal2tech.
Auto iso in video keeps changing iso, ruining the footage. Camera was on a tripod in a church when people hardly moved and with constant light, but the video was getting lighter and darker. I noticed it during outside too when did some video outdoor too. Any option rather than put it to say iso 160 as outdoor when sunny and cloudy you would need auto iso to compensate when the sun goes behind the clouds.