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JCD posted a topic in Fujifilm X30 / X20 / X10I've always focussed cameras by having a fixed (locked) focus box at the centre of the field of view, then pointing the camera so that the object on which I want to focus is in the (centred) focus box, then half-pressing the shutter, and finally (with the shutter still half-pressed), moving the camera to compose the photo as probably the object used for focus (lots of structure) is not wanted in the centre of the FoV. But on the settings I seem to have on the XT30, the focus box moves all over the place with a mind of its own! I just want to lock it to the centre of the FoV ... but I can't see how to do this! Can someone tell me what setting I need to make please? (I bought this camera because t has so many "retro" features, but it seems I can't entirely ignore the horrible digital interface .... they need Apple engineers to sort it out and make it more intuitive.) Thanks for your help ... it has to be some simple setting.
EricaSerena posted a topic in Fujifilm X-T3 / X-T2 / X-T20 / X-T1 / X-T10Hey all. I'm new to the Fuji system. I recently bought the XT2 and a couple of lenses (16-55 and 90mm) for travelling, and felt it was a bit of a waste to only use on holidays, so I've been shooting on it at weddings these past few weeks and loving it. BUT.... I'm struggling to figure out whether the out of focus images I'm getting on my 16-55mm with far away subjects in particular, are due to the camera, the limitations of the lens or focal length choice, the focussing modes used, or if it's just me not nailing focus? So I'd love some insight from more experience Fuji users. I have one photo which is very far away from this set and shot on 16mm and it's pin sharp. Then the rest of this set was shot around 30-ish mm and all are very soft. Even the closer up ones, but definitely not as bad. This makes me think it's the focal length, but I'd love to hear opinions. Photos attached are of the zoomed in version. You can see to left how much it's been zoomed in by. At full frame they all look fine on screen, but zoomed in, definitely not harp. Keen to hear what people think the issue is. Thank you!