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Sorry, got up at 3am yesterday, left San Diego for home stopping off in Yuma for a sunrise shot and that's when I got the info of the update. Got home loaded the files from the trip and updated C1 to review them. No tethering as yet however I am thinking of do that the next time I shoot water drops.Don..... I should have been more clear. When tethered I do not have the ability to see 100% pixels while in live view. Double clicking the live view window does nothing when it should automatically show the magnification. This, to me, is a glaring omission or major bug. Critical focus while tethered is extremely important. This is all on a MacBookPro.Victor
Paul - do you mean now the LiveView via tethering with double click in the C1 software or the LiveView on the rear GFX display?Odds are the problem may persist since when you double tap on a GFX in live view or playback the default zoom is way beyond 100 percent. More like 200 and thus determination of exact focus is hard. Just like the way the Nikon D810 zoomed way past 100 percent and Nikon fixed it with the D850.
P1 double tap =100 percent as we all know so easy to implement for tethered work.
Hoped Fuji would fix this with firmware but it’s never happened.
Not sure how P1 can fix it in C1 but I hope they can.
That’s correct for the 50R. To me it’s very similar in functionality to the X-pro2. But the XPro2 has the strange optical rangefinder.I do not have a Cambo and was thinking of the 50R as a weather resistant backup to my IQ3100/STC gear. No swivel EVF option on the 50R I assume.