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The pattern does look like moire and it is incredibly symmetrical. Is the symmetry typical of other affected shots? If so, that rules out optical imperfections. I am willing to bet the problem is electronic. There is a way to tell if it's the sensor. When you say it looks fine "when simply looking through the lens" I assume you are looking at the display ...
A cheap solution is to use a legacy wide aperture lens with its X-mount adapter. You loose Autofocus but you keep manual focusing helpers : focus peaking etc. See here for an example Minolta Rokkor MD 50mm f/1.2 review
"R" stands for Ring and means the lens is equipped with an aperture ring. From Fijifilm's FAQ: http://faq.fujifilm.com/digitalcamera/faq_detail.html?id=110201428&pnum=1833
According to these specifications published by Fuji, the longest shutter speed possible in Auto Mode is 1/4 second. In all other modes the longest possible shutter speed setting is 8 seconds. The instructions for manually selecting the shutter speed using Shutter Priority Mode can be found on page 27 of the S2900 Series Owner's Manual. Instructions for ...
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