do the X-T3 physical dials makes the camera a really WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET camera?

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21William Contributing Member • Posts: 670
Re: Aperture markings

Bill Ferris wrote:

F-stop markings end up creating confusion if the camera and lens are put in full auto and the camera is allowed to select the f-stop.

It seems that only the Fuji lenses I have or looked at buying don’t have aperture markings.  That being the case I’m not sure what you’re suggesting Bill? Genuine question.

My first fully auto exposure SLR was a Canon A1 and the lenses all had aperture rings and markings. There were also aperture markings on the Dial on the top that could be switched between aperture or shutter priority.

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