Two Hot Shoes wrote in post #18601596
Free stuff that is that nice you'll never sell, I got a free Fuji branded brown cardboard box once... Still have it.
I have all my camera set to release priority, did you find the shutter goes off too easily on the X-H1?
before Fuji.. i had this struggle with the sony a7sii (which i thought was due to being contrast detect only) but then i added an a6500 which was supposed to be sony best AF'ing mirrorless camera(at the time) and i was still having issues.
2 different things played a role ,, one being release priority vs focus .
so I've been setting all my cameras to focus since then,, its one of the first things i do.
ok so now for this particular case , something else could have played a role.. maybe?
i was using a larger than normal focus point/area... but the majority of that square was on my subject , i assume the camera would know that that is what i wanted in focus... so maybe this combined with release priority?
who knows but it certainly was day with a lot of missed focus pics.. so yeah maybe the xh1 was a bit too easy on shutter release.
Another issue , that i hope is card related. ive had 2 separate moments where the camera would give me a read error , and then on the other occasion a write error.. i have to power down and restart.. the read error picture is gone, but i can shoot again and review images like normal..
and same with write error.. restart and then i can resume taking photos.
I've formatted the same card , its been about 5 days since the second time it happened. its a quality sd card , sandisk extreme pro. but i have had it for 2 years .. hoping its a card issue