So i have a friend in Hollywood FL thats about to return home on monday morning. This is my last chance to purchase an XT3 and join Fuji but it's out of stock everywhere. Does anyone know any local stores he could walk in and purchase? Shipping is obviously out of the question.
Eye sensor on my XT3 stopped working out of the blue. After narrowing down the cause, I found out that after I turn the camera off and back on the eye sensor is working for 2-15 seconds and switches between EVF and display as expected. After that, it stops working. I removed the sd card, tried different batteries, even changed the lens and also updated to the latest firmware as well as resetting the camera twice. After all of this, the eye sensor is still not working. Has anyone encountered something similar?
What could be causing this in my X-T3. 160ISO, 20 sec exposure, 16-80mm at 22 mm. Attached is a crop. Looks like red and green hot pixels. My film sim is the std default as well. All photos are raw and edited in lightroom.
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Well after I upgraded a few days ago, I just found out I can not record video. I have never had a problem with my cards, which include a Sandisk Extreme and Sandisk Ultra.
Going to use my X-T4 for video recordings at my video club. I can't seem to find any information about whether the X-T4 accepts an external time code input (e.g. Timecode Systems Ultrasync One) or whether I have to use an audio track to take the time code. Anyone know of any info?
(I am aware that the X-T4 can generate time code, but that's not what I am asking. )
You should have really fast card to avoid this problem. I have not seen this issue after switching to a card with 300 Mbps write speed. But not sure if that was the root cause.
Also, I have ALWAYS inserted the card for reading the images in READ MODE ONLY.
I find when I look at my images on the camera (evf and lcd) and in Fast stone they look good. When I load them into Affinity Photo they are underexposed. This might be an Affinity Photo issue. Are you finding similar? I also have Dynamic Range set to 400, would that cause this? Maybe I need to check with Affinity Photo on their software and compatibility with Fuji RAF.
Is it possible to save a 4K image from a video recorded with a Fuji X-T3? In the camera or outside the camera.
I mean except for pausing the video on the computer and take a screenshot which is not 4K on my computer.