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  1. Good day everyone, Anyone can confirm if the Phottix Odin II (the new one) transmitter works on Fujifilm X cameras? At the very least, will it enable dumb triggering, or even better, manual remote power control? Understood that TTL will not work due to compatibility, but I don't need TTL. The old Odin TCU was confirmed not to work, and I'm hoping the second version fares better. Looking to use the Odin system for both my Nikon and X100S.
  2. The Fuji X100 uses standard 49mm lens filters, but requires the use of an adaptor ring to make the connection and give enough clearance for the lens to extend during macro mode. If you don't plan on using the official Fujifilm lens hood, and think $50 is too much for a simple adaptor ring, I've come across this inexpensive solution on X100 user ProphecyBlur's blog: There are a few on eBay now for as low as $6 USD, and £8 from UK sellers, take a look. Might be a nice addition to the camera bag if you only plan on using filters on rare occasions.
  3. Hi all, I've been playing around with my new X100F the last week, and loving it to bits. Coming from the X-T2 (and X70) it's not hard to get to grips with, and it's a might little machine! However: new to me is the ND on/off switch. I truly don't get this function. I'm often using the physical 3 (5) stop EV compensation wheel on top of the cameras, but cannot see any difference in the images when the ND filter in the X100F is on or off. Also, no clips or info on the topic, (that I can find) is available online... Any helpful hints or tips? Cheers, o.
  4. Today I wanted to take the X100s out for a photo walk, but the camera had other plans.... When I turned the camera on the indicator light on the back started flashing red. The owners manual says this is either a memory or lens error, but doesn't offer a solution. At the same time the LCD screen came on showing almost only black (there is very little response - just a very faint glow). Switching the camera off didn't help as the red indicator kept on flashing and the LCD screen was still active. The only way to stop the blinking and the LCD screen from being active was by removing the battery. I have several batteries and when I tried the other ones all that happened was that the LCD screen came on (still only the faint glow) - but no flashing. The flashing only appears with one specific battery - the one that was in the camera when I discovered the fault. Everything else; viewfinder, focusing button (and power switch) is unresponsive. I also replaced the memory card - still no change. I'm guessing there's some sort of electrical malfunction as the camera worked find the other day. I've kept it in the camera bag. So, have some of you any idea what the problem is and how to fix it? Obviously I hope this is something I can fix myself.....
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    Merry Christmas 2016

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