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    • Hi. i am using Xpro1, and the problem is when i shoot the half of the picture taken had black / dark zone. ( it was excatly shoot in Eletronic Shutter mode using newest fujifilm model such as XT1, XT2, Xpro2 etc ; if i am not mistaken, the Xpro1 is using mechanical shutter; focal plane shutter ) 

      Does anyone have a same problem with me? i tries search at any website for this kinda of problem, but i don't get the answer. i' ve reset the camera settings and still persist. its look like mirorr delay / shutter delay problem.

      I've attached a images taken from this Xpro.

      Xpro1 + xf18-55mm f2.8-4

       

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    • PeterjmTim

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      As far as I am aware, that isn't possible.

      This being said, I used to be just like you: have the focus point in the middle, focus and then recompose. However, since I own an X-T3 I have changed my ways. It's very easy to move the focus point (you can even use the screen if you don't like the lever), the accuracyis the same on the outer parts of your screen as in the middle, so I just adapted my ways. Never looked back.

    • PeterjmTim

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      On 8/2/2019 at 10:40 AM, arjay2402 said:

      I downloaded the Express version out of curiosity when I got my X-T3 but to be honest I wasn't impressed. As an alternative to other photo editors, I have been using Affinity Photo for a few years now. Very good value for money (one off payment, no subscription and regular free upgrades) I can recommend it.

      You can't really compare those two arjay. Capture One is a raw processor, while Affinity Photo is a pixel editor (that processes the raw picture at the beginning of the process).

      Capture One definitely isn't bad, but I lack a dehaze option.

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