Before I'm taking my XT3 for repair, making one last check:
My ISO dial apparently stopped working - the ISO level is on 320 and turning the dial just won't do anything anymore.
Also, tried to set the command dial to change the ISO with no luck, and I'm pretty sure I've adjusted everything correctly in the menu.
The only time the ISO DO change is when I put the camera in F-LOG, then it changes to 640.
Any ideas? I'm pretty lost here.
What real-time exposure display options are available with manual lenses? I am investigating Fuji, with an X-T1 and a manual lens (no contacts). I want to see what ISO and SS my camera has chosen, with the current lens settings. (I would also like to use program shift to change the ISO/SS combination up or down.) There may just be some setting somewhere that I didn't think applied to this? I have turned on all the display options and have tried the different displays, but no ISO or SS displayed unless I manually set them, or if I depress the shutter [but that's not real-time, as I change the aperture ring]. I have the newest firmware, and I have reset my camera's settings several times, so almost all my settings should be at the defaults.
I am very used to Olympus OM-D E-M1. On my OM-D camera, as I reduce the aperture on the lens, I see my ISO 200 / SS 1/30 move, maybe to 200 & 1/15. Then if I move it further, maybe this time it changes the ISO to 400 and keeps the SS at 1/15... but I see it all change as I move the aperture. If there's no clicks then I see it make minute even fractional changes to ISO & SS. Program shift via the front dial will also change the ISO/SS up and down.
Hello everyone, pardon me if this is a newbie question but in my fuji X-T3, the minimum ISO for movie/video mode is 1000 and it seems that I can't turn it lower than that. Does the camera detect the ambient lighting and keep the value to 1000 or is it because of the lens that I'm using? (which is fuji xf 18-55mm f2.8-4 by the way) or maybe there is a way that I can change that in my settings? Thank you in advance for your feedback.
I've had my X-Pro 2 for a while, but today the ISO Dial seems to be reading the wrong position.
When I turn the dial to a value, the on screen value is off set.
Dial - Screen
500 = 100
640 = 200
800 = 250
1000 = 320
1250 = 400
1600 = 500
2000 = 640
2500 = 800
3200 = 1000
4000 = 1250
5000 = 1600
6400 = 2000
8000 = 2500
10000 = 3200
12800 = 4000
H = 5000
A = 6400
L = 8000
200 = 10000
250 = 12800
320 = H
400 = Auto
Has anyone else experienced this?
Any suggestions gratefully received.