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  1. Has the camera changed to compressed RAW and does Image Capture support this? Just a thought as I don’t use Mac. one option would be to use the Adobe DNG converter to change the RAF files to DNG. Image Capture should support that.
  2. I think the Ricoh dust issue is a bit overblown. I haven’t had a problem in the 4+ years of ownership. I never put it naked in a trouser pocket, preferring a belt case. I have even had it covered in tree pollen when I got a bit close for a macro! Just blew it off and no problem.
  3. I had the S and upgraded to the T. There’s no difference in the IQ between those 2 but the handling is vastly improved on the T. As a mainly aperture priority shooter the aperture setting on the S leaves a lot to be desired. You can only set full stops using the aperture ring and then have to use the command dial to set thirds. The T lets you do thirds from the ring. The viewfinder is also improved with the “rangefinder “ option. So of those 2 I’d definitely choose the T. I now have the F, but only for a week so haven’t had a chance to test it yet. Like you my main system is mft but I like the limitation of a single focal length. My go anywhere camera is the Ricoh GR as it’s quite a bit smaller than even the X100 range.
  4. No. Just use the images in Adobe products as usual. You do need to process the Xtrans RAW files a bit differently to get the best out of them, particularly with regards to sharpening. Google Xtrans raw processing. The jpegs will be fine.
  5. The optical viewfinder, the main differentiator for the X100 line, would be useless. So might as well buy an XE3 with the 15-45 lens.
  6. I thought I had this problem with my X100T but it was just that I was in MF and had focussed too close. Focusing on a distant object enabled the lever to work. Your issue may be different of course.
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