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I bought the camera 4 months ago and experience several flaws. "Start up" does not always work. The glass part of the lens almost sticks out the lens tube and can get easily damaged. The lens in 28 mm position blocks the flash light. Because of the vulnerability of the lens I bought the Fujifilm lens hood. A 52 mm UV filter fits inside. For incomprehensible reason there are openings in the back part of the hood. Dust comes in through these openings. When the hood is attached it blocks out a third of the flash light. I sticked some light tight tape in the opening of the hood to prevent lots of flashlight flare in the part of the picture what is illuminated by the flash. It is a really clumsy design. If I would have known about it, I surely would not have bought this camera. The MF AF focus button on the front of the camera as well as the exposure compensation dial on top are often unintentionally shifted when I carry the camera in a bag or coat pocket. I experience to have to correct the settings of this dial and button often before I can make a picture. The lens hood blocks almost half the image in the optical viewfinder. When I use the lcd screen, I prefer to see information about focus, mode, ISO, battery, format, memory capacity, exposure correction. The lay out for this covers a fifth part of the screen and makes composition a picture awkward. The manual focus adjusting dial is too small and too slow. Other functions are pressed easily by mistake. In macro mode the zoom is very limited. It can't be used at all in the super macro mode. The flash is a joke in macro mode and does not work in super macro mode. The picture quality is ok, although the lens suffers a lot vignetting at 28 mm. Disappointingly it still shows a lot of blooming despite of the latest version firmware. The overall button layout is ok. I can't recommend to purchase this camera.
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|145||Fujifilm X-T3 worse high-iso noise from RAW files than the X-T2?|
|70||I got delivery on X-T3|
|53||XT-3 a miss (unless you shoot video and need faster AF)|
|44||X-T3 - Green/Yellow skin tones|
|32||Who is leaving Fujifilm X for the new Canikon mirroless?|
|21||3 prime lens travel kit: which f/1.4 lens would you choose if just 1?|
|19||Why doesn’t Fuji build software like apple?|
|19||I need some guidance...|
|17||XE 3 vs XT 3|
|17||X-H1 or X-T3?|
|15||Any reason to get the 18 F2 when I have the 16 F1.4?|
|15||Sigma 56mm 1.4 for Fuji X?|
|14||It's on it' way X-T3|
|14||Fujifilm X-T3: low noise, impressive level of detail at high ISO!|
|13||10-24mm exposure shifts when zooming in/out|
|13||X-T3 Build quality|
|12||Fujifilm Raw File Converter EX 3.0 based on Silkypix 8|
|11||Some observations regarding the new Fuji offerings|
|11||X-T3 Amazon US Pre-orders|
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|13||Setting Our Fuji Cameras for Shooting RAW|
|12||Re: Mauna Kea (Hawaii) Astrophotography advice?|
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|7||Fujifilm Setup Guide - My camera settings|
|7||Mirrorless AF is different|
|7||Re: Fuji X-T3 + Fuji 100-400mm. Will past problems be resolved?|
|6||XT2 - Format Card Short Cut|
|6||X-T2 makes astro timelapses a breeze...|
|6||X-T20 tips & tricks|
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|4||Fuji Film Sim Profiles for RawTherapee etc|
|4||Lightroom replacement software|
|4||XT2 - Back button focus|
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