I love my X-T20. It’s the best camera I’ve ever bought - except for one thing: since I bought it 15 months ago I’ve had to have the sensor cleaned three times. Previously, I’ve had a LUMIX G3 and G6 and never had to get them cleaned at all. I know getting the sensor cleaned is an occupational hazard for mirrorless camera owners but I don’t use this camera any more than those, so have I just been unlucky or is there something about the design of the X-T20 that makes it particularly vulnerable to dust and dirt?
I wonder whether anyone else has had this problem (I know someone else has - from a post on the X-T3 FB group.
I just cannot persuade the front command dial to adjust the aperture! Tried using the 18-55 and the 80mm.
And yes: it's set to Aperture Priority (lens not set to A; shutter knob set to A; ISO set to...well, any setting other than A). EVF confirms I'm in Aperture Priority. And if I set EC to C and press in the front command, the dial does adjust EC.
So it seems it's just the aperture adjustment I can't get to work.
And yes: in Menu, I went to wrench/spanner, selected Button/Dial Setting/Command Dial Setting, and set "1" (F) to Aperture.
Any suggestions? Of course I can change aperture on the lens, but the front command dial SHOULD work (shouldn't it?), and it would be handy if it did...
Thanks for any comments!
I'm new here,
I have a fuji XT2 and I use the apple photo app (macOS Mojave) to process my pictures. It started today to make color distortion without any editing when I click on «edit» button. It appears not to do this in JPEG format.
Can anyone help me figure out where the problem is?
YES, YES, YES!! The direction Fuji has taken lately has been all for video and AF at the expense of ISO performance. Forget about producing good stills, I'm not so sure they care. The XT-2 was much better than the XT-3 and so far all I see is Fuji stepping back from image quality for the sake of AF and video.
The "XH" series was supposed to mean "Hybrid" for both video and stills while the "XT" line was supposed to continue to be a camera, not a camcorder. Now the XT-4 is simply the XH
I’m passionate about underwater photography and I’ve been wondering for a long time why Fuji doesn’t invest much toward this category ?
Sony, Nikon, Canon, Panasonic and Olympus are excelling underwater with their vast choice of lenses ( especially native fisheye lenses with autofocus, close macro and ultra wide angle ) ans it’s really frustrating not to be able to use any x-mount camera to their full potential.
Any thoughts ? Are there rumors about that ?
I was not here when this thread happened and I did not take part in it, but having read through it now I would say that although epscott held his stance in a very military manner, which some others obviously could not tolerate well, he stated his opinions to which he had his full right and he did not deserve the negative reactions that he got. He addressed Fujifilm in his post and his requirements are obviously valid for a big enough group of users and that led to Fuji creating a camera with tho