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  • wbaxter
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    August 10, 2020 at 5:00 pm #23332

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    We have a number of members who have Fujifilm XT cameras, I have recently changed from the XT3 to XT4 enticed by the promise of eye recognition and in camera stabilization, the eye recognition only works on human eye with a short lens, it does not work on animals or birds eyes.

    My advice would be stick to the XT 3 the batteries are new and only last 600 exposures, just enough for the 1st innings of a cricket match.

    You can see some of the images on the club Flickr account. Full folder is at https://www.flickr.com/photos/185743060@N08/

     

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    • Pete Robinson
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      August 10, 2020 at 9:27 pm #23334

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      Thanks for posting that Wallace. I’ve had a XT-3 for about a year and agree that the battery doesn’t last anywhere near as long as they do in a Canon. I know they have to power the electronic viewfinder and other features, but they are a bit on the small side and always seem to run out at the wrong time! I find quiet a quirky camera and frustrating with a lot of unusual settings which slow down using it. It could be a great little camera.

    • wbaxter
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      August 11, 2020 at 3:48 pm #23340

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      Sorry I did not make it clear it is the battery on the XT4 that is not as good as the XT3. When using face recognition on the XT4 the exposure compensation is compromised.