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  1. Hello! This will be my first post, found this forum via google - so i tought, i will ask a question for you guys. I've got X-T2 for testing as production camera, for streaming live video (so working with video mode) - everything is cool - 1080p @ 59.94fps outputing to HDMI. My problem is that picture i am getting is little bit dreamy, people feels plastic there, it has nice color contrast, better than Cannon C300, but can't get rid of that "dream effect"... This picture is kind of small, but you get the idea. In Menu, tried to turn on Noise Reduction, but it is disabled / grayed out... Current settings: Highlight Tone: 0 Color: +1 Sharpness: +4 Bracketing: -0.25 SS 125 ISO 1600-2000 Should i wait for FW update? Any tips? Thanks.
  2. 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. :/
  3. Hi i am new to the forum and i just got my new XT1 a month ago, i was using for over a month the 18-55mm lens and was a great one, but after reading and seeing the power of the 35mm 1.4 lens i got in love with it so i decided to switch it. When i setup the lens i started hearing this noise https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xU2M6905pC8 so i am kind of freaked out because i am not sure if it is normal or a defect on the lens. I have read a few more threads but i did not get an answer. It happens when i try to focus, also when i switch on/off camera or preview a photo thru preview buttons. Seems everytime the shutter blades move they make that noise. The 18-55mm was smooth AF <-- As F*CK no Auto Focus for the geeks. Is this normal? Should i do smth about it? I would really appreciate some opinions and hope this is normal P.S the lens is new out of the box.