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Indicator lamp blinks green & orange after shot on X-T3

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Fuji X-T3 during a long 4 day shoot (800 images), after 650 images I must have accidentaly changed something.

The Indicator Lamp blinks green & orange after a shot and keeps doing this until I press the shutter again at which point everything is back to normal. As soon as I shoot again it goes back to blinking.

If I don't press the shutter it will just keep blinking.

Any idea what may have changed?

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Thanks greybeard, that has cured it.

The mystery is how did the setting get changed during a period of shooting when I didn't access the menu, weird.

I purchased another SD card as suggested by others, so I guess I now have a spare.

Once again, many thanks.

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