I'm Unable to connect the XPro3 to my Mac using Fuji camera RAW 1.9.0 (Mac). The Raw Studio is continuously displaying the message 'Waiting for camera to connect', and i've started observe this issue after the Mac OS 10.15.5 update.
I have followed all the recommended connection setting and still have the issue. If anyone knows a fix, please let us know.
It might sound complex, but it really is not: I download JPEGs from the camera (X100F) to my iPhone using the Fujifilm Camera Remote app, in full resolution and sRGB. When I post the given photo on Facebook, theres a clear color shift towards red (especially in the lighter tones), which quite frankly ruins the skintones, etc. If I copy the very same photo from the iPhone to my PC (for example via e-mail) and post it from there, the colors are correct, as is the jpeg file itself. Does anyone have a similar experience or an idea what could cause this? Since theres no iOS trickery involved (I make sure I am comparing the very same file on both PC and iPhone) and its in sRGB profile already, I dont understand where the color shift is coming from and quite frankly its making it impossible for me to post photos from my phone. Strangely, it it doesnt seem to affect snaps I have taken with iPhone to begin with, only the X100F photos I transfer from the camera. Comparison bellow....
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I have a fuji XT2 and I use the apple photo app (macOS Mojave) to process my pictures. It started today to make color distortion without any editing when I click on «edit» button. It appears not to do this in JPEG format.
Can anyone help me figure out where the problem is?
I just upgraded from a X-T2 to a brandneue X-T4 and compared to my old camera the lens release button feels just a little bit stiff/not so easy to press when a lens is mounted. without a Lens mounted the button can be pressed seemlessly. May I ask if that‘s normal?
But... You can't monitor audio and power the camera from the same usb port. I've tried several splitter options and none of them work; leaving me to monitor audio with their usb dongle and pull that if I have to power the camera with my monitor battery usb out.
When shooting video a camera is fully caged, with matte box, rails and follow focus. You don't want to change a battery out. You pretty much have to tear down your rig to do that...
I just bought X-T3 camera (switched from Olympus) and have an issue with the rear dial button. I am not able to rotate it without pushing it as a button. That means it is too sensitive and I can rotate it just by nail and not by the finger. In principle I do not need it but it is the only way how to change values in Q-menu. Has anybody similar experience? If yes, any tip how to solve it? Thanks