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Apr 19, 2018 09:26 |  #256

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Damn it. Got struck by the CFAS (cumpolsory fuji acquisition syndrome) I'm doomed.
First off, with the 10-24 and 18-55 is the diaphragm supposed to open slowly like in steps? Seems weird from what I'm used to. Have been looking for a setting to change without luck so far.
A good L bracket with grip add on/extension dingie?

My XF10-24/4 opens and closes in steps (or perhaps stops), however once I press the shutter button to focus it snaps open/closed to the set aperture. I don't own the 18/55 but I guess it's the same.


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Apr 19, 2018 10:21 as a reply to  @ Two Hot Shoes's post |  #257

It is. Thanks
Are you using the vertical boostergrip or a third party L-bracket/grip extension?


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Apr 19, 2018 17:00 as a reply to  @ soeren's post |  #258

Don't use and grips but the battery booster and only when I need it. X-T2 I had was a loaner, I kind of prefer the X-PRO2 & no grip needed there for me.


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