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XH-1 screen and EVF flair when turning on

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Ok, I just upgraded from an XT-1 to the XH-1. Wow!

Anyway, I have noticed that the screen will go very bright (flair) when you first turn the camera on and also when you review a picture and transition back to shooting mode. It's brief but can be distracting.  Is this normal sensor behavior or a setting that needs to be adjusted? 





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I don't know if it's "normal", but my XH-1 does the same thing when I turn it on. If it puts your mind at ease, however, it does not seem to cause any problems in anything that follows.

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