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  1. Not sure if anyone else has seen this, but I recently tried using the Fuji Camera Remote app with my XT2 for some long exposure shots while in Bulb mode. After finishing the shot, I turned off the Fuji Remote app, but now whenever I try shooting with the Bulb or T mode, there is no timer showing on the camera display. I've tried firmware upgrade and going through the settings, but can't figure out why it's now gone. Has anyone else seen this issue?
  2. Shaking things up a bit and stitching images one on top of the other rather than making a panorama , but seriously I kept framing and reframing and not getting exactly what I wanted and it took some time for it to occur to me that it's just as easy to stitch two images into a squarish image as it is to make a pano.
  3. I seem to be unable to select a shutter speed below 1/4 of a second on my X30. Now, before you point me to previous threads, I've been reading these on this forum before joining. The frustrating thing is, that despite using M or S settings on the dial, and fixing ISO at 100, and trying various apertures, it is still not possible to go beyond 1/4 of a second, while the manual, as many of you know suggests shutter speeds all the way up to 30 seconds. Similarly, I've only been able to use my flash (manually popped up with the latch) once in a pre-programmed setting. However, I cannot figure out any setting combinations going through the various options on the dial, etc. that will make the flash actually flash when popped up. So, inevitably on both counts my question is, which settings and restrictions exactly do I need to use or obey in order to take long exposure photographs and use force flash on the X30? Please forgive my ignorance. This is my first manual camera and I may be missing very obvious things!
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