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So, you can't — there's no option for this. However, if you use the EVF only + eye sensor mode, and then press the DISP button while looking at the rear screen, it will a cycle between: no-distraction live view (only showing the scene) live view with shooting info (aperture, ISO, focus mode, etc., as configured in the settings menu) a black and white ...


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I have been scouring the 'net for info on connecting to my brand new fuji x-t10 from Linux, but have come up completely empty-handed. I tried sniffing the connection (I installed a packet sniffer on my phone), and what I've come up with so far is that a tcp connection is made from the phone to 192.168.0.1 (which is the camera) on port 55740. It appears to ...


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Your best would be to find a PictureStyle that fits your needs. There's a QuickGuide to Picture Style Settings and Customization pdf that will get you started. It is from the Canon Digital Learning Center.(http://usa.canon.com/dlc) I'd like to quote from this article that's about the adjsutments specific to your camera in the following: Find the Picture ...


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I think there is a missconception of post processing. Adjusting Camera settings is doing a post process but not done by yourself, but the camera. I don't imagine a camera that renders a black as that one in its raw file. I think there is a need to have "pure photography", which is good. But you most likley don't have that in a digital world. You also ...


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If your camera supported custom tone curves, you'd be able to get a similar result to this straight out of camera. Unfortunately, yours doesn't, so your only option is post-processing. There are many ways one would get this effect in post. Basic levels adjustment - put the black point output as a value above 0 using a levels control or similar in ...


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One out of 200 shots, statistically would mean that either your shutter button was pushed all the way down before auto focus had a chance to acquire or something in the shot changed the focus. I suggest using back button focus if possible on your camera to separate the shutter button from the auto focus, it will also be helpful when recomposing.



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