Just wondering if anyone else is experiencing the same issue. I am using a Gfx 50s and a gf 23mm all running on the latest firmware 3.30 for the body and 1.10 for the lens. I keep getting “turn camera off and back in again” error message. Any ideas ???
No mention of video capabilities in the announcement, however. I realise this might not be a priority for a lot of potential users, but shooting motion with those lenses and that size sensor does have interesting possibilities.
Anyone in Koln able to look through the menu and glean any more information?
I’ve discovered that on shutter speeds 1/60 or slower I get random white pixels. If I go to 1 second or longer there can be hundreds if zoomed to 100% or 200%. Most noticeable in shadow/dark areas but also appear elsewhere.
Sensor issue? Hot pixels? Thinking about sending to Fuji Repair.
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