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  1. I seem to have a dead camera. Turned it on as usual and I get absolutely nothing. I use a vertical grip so there are three (new, Fuji) batteries, all of them fully charged and operational. I have not had any warnings or error messages. I'm using the latest firmware update (or at least, I'd like to be using it!). If I hold the display button whilst turning on I still get nothing. I've emailed fuji support/repair to see if I get any help and advice from them (never had to call on it before - will they help, after the bank holiday obviously). I have to call Wex (the dealers) but that will also be post holiday. Anyone else getting this since the last update? Any pointers anyone?
  2. ok this is a the second time in a few months that my XPro1 has just die don me during a shoot. luckily both times pretty much at the end of the shoot. first time the sd card was corrupted and required rescuing. second time luckily the card was ok. i took the camera into the local fuji service centre and they fixed it in a few days they figured it was a shutter issue as they had been having this problem on several other XPro1s apparently. luckily it only cost about 80 usd for the repair and replacement part (asia) . but the camera is not as old as my canon 7d or my GF1 which i have had no problems with. im reluctant to buy the XPro2 if this is they kind of thing one can expect. regularly dying expensive cameras are not a good buy. im looking at a sony a7R as cheap then the XPro2 and better resolution. sell my X lenses (only 2 luckily) and buy canons with the adaptor. what are the other peoples experiences with fuji cameras dying on them? common or rare? thanks
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