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    • 1 hour ago, Usman Ahmad said:

      Hi Guys, 

      Looking for some help with this. I recently purchased a Fujifilm X-T1 as an upgrade to my XE-1 which I still have. Unfortunately from day one I am barely able to see anything through the viewfinder - it is all just a blur to the point that it is almost unusable. The backstreen shows the images clearly, but I would rather rely on the viewfinder itself.  The lenses are working fine with my XE-1 the problem is just with the new camera. Anyone know why this might be and possible solutions to resolve it.

       

      Hi Usman, On the side of the viewfinder by the ISO dial is the dioptre adjustment. Press the menu button then view the menu through the viewfinder. Turn the dioptre dial + / - until the menu is sharp.

    • 14 hours ago, windtogo said:

      I've chosen a Fuji EF-42 and ordered it from  my local shop; Camer Kingston, where I purchased the camera and lens.  

      It's a very capable TTL flash which does a good job - not the most rugged. If you want off-camera flash this 3rd party cable for Canon works with full TTL. There are also non-coiled versions for use on stands. I got via Amazon for under £20.

      Pixel FC-311/S 1.8 m TTL Cord for Canon

    • Hi Guys, 

      Looking for some help with this. I recently purchased a Fujifilm X-T1 as an upgrade to my XE-1 which I still have. Unfortunately from day one I am barely able to see anything through the viewfinder - it is all just a blur to the point that it is almost unusable. The backstreen shows the images clearly, but I would rather rely on the viewfinder itself.  The lenses are working fine with my XE-1 the problem is just with the new camera. Anyone know why this might be and possible solutions to resolve it.

       

    • 11 hours ago, dem said:

      Set DR to 100% or any other value except AUTO

      Set ISO to a fixed value like ISO 200

      Now the camera will constantly display both shutter speed and aperture in the P, S and A modes without the need to half-press the shutter button.

      I hadn't even noticed the difference but then I always leave DR at 100% and shooting A/P I usually know what aperture I've set without checking the finder too I still unconsciously count the click stops as we did before viewfinder displays (simple over/under exp needles) or separate exp meters.

    • Yes, a very simple DIY job with leather or silicon mat.

      Silicon skins are now available for a lot of the Fuji range.

      Used one on my X-M1 and just fitted a second to my X-T10.

      They provide excellent camera body protection from straps andany other light knocks.

      On Ebay from China circa £6 including postage.



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