Didn't find the right topic selection, so I wrote under X-T4, but works for X-T3 and lower probably also.
Ok then, I found new recipes : Øyvind Nordhagen – Medium
An Oslo based photographer.
Also an interesting article about "Medium format look on small sensors"
I always publish them on my site + on my page "The Largest Collection of Recipes brought together"
But will try to remember to mention them here as well - my site is all open source and free, i'am not selling anything - nor get paid.
Hope it helps someone.
Hi, my name is Steven. A Kiwi/New Zealander expat currently living in Singapore. Have been shooting analogue for years then took a break with just my point-and-shoot, and have just bought an X-T3 - my first really serious camera and digi setup. So, still learning the camera itself as well as the technology. Just realised I made myself sound about 80 years old, which I’m not!! Looking forward to absorbing the collective wisdom of the members and viewing some amazing work.
Hey all, bought a used X-T3 body for $850 shipped over a Fuji buy/sell group on Facebook, all checks out and the seller was very professional. Camera shipped with original box and in essentially mint condition cosmetically, except for when testing it this afternoon I noticed that the direction arrow buttons (around the Menu/OK button) were "sticky," or felt like maybe there was some debris inside them. They were clicking reliably, but some clicks would feel soft and then others would feel crunchy/hard. My X-T2 doesn't have this issue, so I know what the d-pad is supposed to feel like. Strangely, if I sort of rapidly click each of the buttons maybe 10 times each, the issue completely goes away and then an hour or so later if I pick up the camera again it's back. It's nothing dealbreaking, and doesn't take away functionally from the camera, but I'm trying to see what kind of avenues I might be able to take to address it.
Has anyone else had this issue? How did you resolve it? Is it a known problem, and may it get worse over time? Google didn't turn up any search results for the D-pad specifically being "sticky" feeling, only shutter buttons and joysticks.
None of the functions on my Fuji X-T3 work when the DJI Ronin SC is on. I can’t change the shutter speed, ISO, aperture, etc. The Ronin SC works fine but once it’s on, the camera stops functioning. When I press the record button on the gimbal, it locks focus but doesn’t take a picture. I have to hold down the record button on the gimbal for 3+ seconds for it to work. The camera screen even dims after a few seconds as if it’s not in use.
I've tried doing a Shooting Menu Reset and Set-Up Reset on the camera. The connection mode is set to USB Tether Shooting Auto. I've tried removing and replacing the lens, battery, and SD card. Everything has the latest updates. The USB-C cables are plugged in properly and all the way. Has anyone had this issue and knows how to solve it?
Ronin SC Firmware: 188.8.131.52
Ronin App Version: 1.4.5(1451)
Fuji X-T3 Body Version: 4.00
Fuji 16mm 1.4 Version: 1.01
Hello, I am a fuji XT4 camera owner. already subscribed to the fuji love news letter. i have an issue with my SD card and photo editing. please guide me where can I get the reply for the following query? I have shot photos on XT4. Once the SD card was full with RAW photos, I transferred the photos to SSD external drive without editing in the camera. Then i formatted the SD card and inserted back in the Camera. for further shooting. later I read and came to know about the fuji simulations and in-camera editing etc. Then i removed the SD card and imported photos into SD card from the external SSD, in view of editing them in the Camera. but to my surprise, i could not see any photos ,when I pressed Playback button. the message showing "NO IMAGE in the Cards" coming. what does this mean? How can I visualize the photos again in the camera LCD screen through the SD card( which has photos transferred from SDD). please suggest how can i edit those photos already in the SD card? thanks, Murthy
Hello everyone. For various reasons, I'm leaving Lightroom and have seen the discussions on various alternatives like Capture one, but i'm wondering what people think of Cyberlink Photodirector? (I use their video editor). Particularly, how does it treat raf files? (Artifacts, worms?) Thank you
Problems to install FUJIFILM X Acquire on Macbook PRO "Cannot start FUJIFILM X Acquire. Another camera control application software is running."Not an expert on MacBook Pro but I own and use one. Just a guess that the apple photo app may be in the way… I hope it’s that easy… steve533