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Hi,

 

I've had my X-Pro 2 for a while, but today the ISO Dial seems to be reading the wrong position.

When I turn the dial to a value, the on screen value is off set. 

Dial - Screen

500 = 100

640 = 200

800 = 250

1000 = 320

1250 = 400

1600 = 500

2000 = 640

2500 = 800

3200 = 1000

4000 = 1250

5000 = 1600

6400 = 2000

8000 = 2500

10000 = 3200

12800 = 4000

H = 5000

A = 6400

L = 8000

200 = 10000

250 = 12800

320 = H

400 = Auto

 

Has anyone else experienced this?

 

Any suggestions gratefully received.

 

Steve

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