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  • Which Fuji X cameras do you use? Update 12-2018   417 members have voted

    1. 1. Which Fuji X cameras do you use?


      • Fuji X-H1
      • Fuji X-T1
      • Fuji X-T2
      • Fuji X-T3
      • Fuji X-T10
      • Fuji X-T20
      • Fuji X-T100
      • Fuji X-Pro1
      • Fuji X-Pro2
      • Fuji X-E1
      • Fuji X-E2 / E2s
      • Fuji X-E3
      • Fuji X-A1 / A2 / A3 / A5
      • Fuji X-M1
      • Fuji X100
      • Fuji X100S
      • Fuji X100T
      • Fuji X100F
      • Fuji X70
      • Fuji X10 / X20 / X30
      • Fuji XF10
      • Fuji GFX 50S
      • Fuji GFX 50R

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    • Are you sure?
      What you read on the top of LCD is only the video frame rate, not the shutter speed. It's completely different. The shutter speed is shown below, if you put 180 on the dial, the shutter speed is at 1/180th even the frame rate is at 24 or 25 or 50.
    • I understand now, thanks.  However, on MY XH1, I don't need to do this as the shutter speed automatically switches no matter what position the command dial is in previously. When you switch to movie mode and you have a shutter speed set at say, 1/180th of a second, does the top LCD not say 24p (or whatever you chose under 'movie settings')? Your chosen setting under 'movie settings' should override any command dial setting and display the correct framerate on the top lcd, is what I'm trying to say. Of course, this isn't completely intuitive because you're sitting there looking at a dial that says 1/180th, but that's what you get with mechanical dials in a digital body. The only way they could synchronize it would be to add some kind of motor to the dial itself, allowing it to automatically turn to your chosen speed when you flip into video mode, I suppose.
    • Fujifilm GFX XG Fujifilm has recently shown a couple of early Fujifilm GFX concepts. You can see them all here. Amongst the concept, there was the Fujifilm XG, a X-T styled Fujifilm GFX. I was curious to compare its size… The post Fujifilm GFX XG Concept vs Panasonic S1R, Sony a7iii, Nikon Z7, Canon EOS R Size Comparisons appeared first on Fuji Rumors. Full Article on Fuji Rumors
    • I don't know if anyone has experience using the magmod system but I'm experiencing a strange issue where the magnets inside the maggrip will cause the flash to trigger randomly. This doesn't happen with my YN560's or any other flashes I have. Tapping the flash sometimes will cause it to fire as well but it's so intermittent that I can't pinpoint weather it's the magmod base or just jostling that is causing the flash to randomly fire.. I bought this flash not long ago so there's likely some warranty that exists in some form or fashion but I need to know what everyone thinks. Got a wedding coming up and I'm trying to lighten my kit down with the Godox flash and not rely on the big flashes so much. Video for helpfulness. Apologies about video orientation! Caution, much banging of things against each other..Flash fires at about 1:00 or so:  
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      Amsel - Blackbird by Enzio Harpaintner, auf Flickr
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