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  1. Has anyone noticed that XT2's view finder and the LCD kick into a slow refresh rate after a few seconds of operation? At first it is all nice and buttery smooth and then the image gets all stuttery. To snap the camera out of it you have to half press the shutter release button. I shoot a lot on the street using the LCD and having to press that button all the time is extremely annoying and distracting. XT1 was fine and Xp2 didn't have that stupid "feature".. I hope fuji will fix this in the future FW update.
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    Because of very bad weather here in Finland was the last chance to shoot supermoon 13 December 2016. I was very lucky and we got the chance to see the moon for two minutes.
  3. Hey all. I'm new to the Fuji system. I recently bought the XT2 and a couple of lenses (16-55 and 90mm) for travelling, and felt it was a bit of a waste to only use on holidays, so I've been shooting on it at weddings these past few weeks and loving it. BUT.... I'm struggling to figure out whether the out of focus images I'm getting on my 16-55mm with far away subjects in particular, are due to the camera, the limitations of the lens or focal length choice, the focussing modes used, or if it's just me not nailing focus? So I'd love some insight from more experience Fuji users. I have one photo which is very far away from this set and shot on 16mm and it's pin sharp. Then the rest of this set was shot around 30-ish mm and all are very soft. Even the closer up ones, but definitely not as bad. This makes me think it's the focal length, but I'd love to hear opinions. Photos attached are of the zoomed in version. You can see to left how much it's been zoomed in by. At full frame they all look fine on screen, but zoomed in, definitely not harp. Keen to hear what people think the issue is. Thank you!
  4. Fuji XT2 with Cactus V6 II & Canon 600EXRT Does anyone know if I can have the Cactus V6 II trigger on the XT2 and then a Cactus V6 II trigger on a Canon 600EXRT flash and they will work in all modes including HSS.
  5. If you or any of your friends are Fuji XT2 users please share this information as I have solved the big problem you are having with continuous AF and metering in this mode. So your shooting in continuous AF with continuous burst mode and your XT2 is only getting the 1st few shots exposed correctly and the rest are under or over exposed. This is what's happening: You press down the shutter to start tracking AF and the camera starts to track the subject. But as soon as you full press the shutter button to take the 1st shot the camera enters exposure lock. This means that the moment the 1st picture is taken the exposure is locked and will be throughout entire the subject tacking. So every shot taken will be at the same shutter speed and lens F stop. So all is well if the lighting doesn't change during that burst mode. But if the subject moves into lighting that is different from that of the 1st frame your subject will be over or under exposed. Fuji hasn't managed to provide any answers to XT2 user because I believe they haven't noticed the problem yet with the new 1.10 firmware update. The answer to this problem isn't easily noticed within the menus system of the XT2 as it's in a place that doesn't make any sense. So here you go please follow these instructions. Go to 1-Menu 2- Settings 3-Button/Dial setting Then go down to shutter AE and turn it off it's on by default. This will now enable metering while the camera is in continuous AF mode. I can't understand why it's here in this menu and it's not even explained in any way by Fuji or what this does to continuous AF tracking mode. But within here lies another bug that Fuji needs to fix in a firmware update ASAP. When AE lock is switched to off the camera will no longer display the shutter speed in the viewfinder or rear screen. The shutter speed will only show in Manual mode or in Shutter priority mode for some reason. You need to know the shutter speed for obvious reasons but you can't see them ahhh Fuji. You can see the shutter speed if you press the AE lock button on the back of the camera but this will lock the exposure so don't forget to press it again to unlock it again. The AE button still functions as it should now but without locking exposure in tracking mode. Hope this help you XT2 users out there who haven't worked this one out yet and that includes Fujifilm. So share this with everyone who you think needs this and Fuji fix this ASAP with a new firmware.
  6. Hello I tried to use my Canon 600RT flash with my Fuji XT2 in full manual mode on camera with the shutter set at 250 and below. Then set my Canon 600RT flash into manual mode and adjusted the zoom coverage to my lens focal length. But I just can't get the Canon flash to fire while on the XT2 for some reason. So has anyone got any idea why it won't fire as it should do in manual mode. There must be something in firmware of the flash or the camera preventing the flash from firing. So anyone else tried using a Canon flash on the XT2 or any other Fuji camera and had the same issue. As of now I don't have any other flash apart from the little one that comes with the XT2 and that fires just fine.
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    Hockey night in the City of Kotka, Finland. Photo copyright by Carl Irjala, dismason.org
  8. X-T2 half case is now available at http://kaza-deluxe.com/blog.php
  9. http://www.mostly.photos/blog/2016/11/12/fuji-x-t2-external-flash
  10. http://www.mostly.photos/blog/2016/9/25/fuji-x-t2-auto-focus?rq=autofocus
  11. Last night I was changing a lens and I moved the camera in such a way that I was holding it like you normally would and I slightly angled it back, with the face of the body towards the ceiling - when I did this the body exhibited a strange internal sound like something was moving around. Obviously with a brand new XT2 camera I started to panic and I tested this all night by removing a bunch of variables - battery, SD cards, moving the screen in and out, putting slight pressure on the screen to keep it still, etc. No matter what I did I got this weird internal knocking/clunking sound up around the eye piece/EVF/diopter area. I contacted Fuji Film Canada and the retailer where I purchased the camera. After a morning of talking and testing from both parties I was given the following information: Fuji Canada: *"That clunking noise is normal; that's how the camera was designed. Me and my supervisor moved a demo X-T2 we have here just like you did and we heard that clunking. We couldn't open up the body to find out exactly where it is coming from."* CameraCanada: *"Just got off the phone with Fuji tech rep. That's exactly what he said. It's how they designed it. I also checked the in store model and I understand exactly what you were talking about. It's a design. They don't know what it is. My rep didn't even notice it until I told him. He then checked and called me back after talking to his team"* So there you have it. I posted this on Reddit and other people reported their cameras not making any sounds at all. :/
  12. Just recently purchased xt2, but trying to find the optimal battery life use. In the past I simply turned my camera on & off when I was and wasn't using taking pictures. I was told by some people this could harm the battery over time. Now I leave my xt2 on with the electronic viewfinder on optical sensor and only use the LCD when reviewing images. Any tips from you guys about what else I can do to lengthen my battery life ? I will get a full day of photographs out of one battery at this point. thanks all around-
  13. http://www.prophotonut.com/2016/07/07/fuji-x-t2-review-damien-lovegrove/
  14. For birders https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KvckdhBp5U
  15. http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital_cameras/x/fujifilm_x_t2/
  16. Take for what it is, a rumour so far but seems reasonable. http://www.fujirumors.com/fujifilm-x-t2-real-life-images-leaked-joystick-new-articulating-screen-more/