Hi all. I own a Fujifilm XT-10 and the playback button rotated and no longer works. The rubber on the thumb rest also fell off. I’ve been in situations the last while where I really needed/wanted to use the camera so I haven’t had a chance to get it repaired. I’m now a few hours away from a Jasper and Banff National Park trip with no playback button. So yeah. Kinda blows. I tried switching another button to playback function but that’s not an option. Should be for emergency situations. My camera is not under warranty anymore. But reading this forum makes me realize I’m not the only one with the thumb rest rubber issue as well as the bigger issue with the playback button. If this is truly a defect issue, Fujifilm should repair with or without warranty. Otherwise still loving my little beast.
Thanks David - you are right! I had DR set to AUTO and changing it to 100 lets Auto ISO select 200.
That made me confused about what the DR setting is actually doing, The manual says to use higher values to reduce loss of detail in highlights and shadows. i.e. high values give greater dynamic range. Increasing ISO should reduce dynamic range so why would the DR option to increase dynamic range require high ISO? I found this description of what Fujifilm DR settings are doing: https://www.dpreview.com/articles/5426898916/ins-and-outs-of-iso-where-iso-gets-complex. What is surprising is this suggests that the greatest dynamic range comes from DR 400 and ISO 800. i.e. there is more dynamic range as ISO increases from 200 to 800.