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My camera seems to be stuck in MF mode. 

I've trawled the internet and searched forums and cannot find a solution. 

Tested with both the Fujinon XF 27mm & the 18-55 lenses and nothing. Maybe I've f**cked up some settings somewhere? I tried reseting and it still nothing. 

The AF mode is greyed out however it does AF when use back button focussing? AND i've noticed it says "mount adaptor setting' now within the settings which i don't remember seeing before...

Any wizards out there who can help? 


-- Current settings:

AF Mode - greyed out

AF corrected AF frame - OFF

Mount adaptor setting - 50mm

Shoot without lens - off

AE/AF lock - on when pressing

AE/AF lock button - A/E lock

Autorotate - ON

MF assist - peak

AF + MF - off

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vor 8 Minuten schrieb chrisanderson:

Hi - I reset but it didn't change anything. 

The EVF and LCD always state MF mode

What about the AF selector switch?
Maybe it's set to "M"?

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Hi Chris.


The connectors at the lens mount are clear of materials that din´t belong to this point.?

Clear with soft alcohol and something witch is lint-free. Perhaps electrical connection is bad. The lenses needs electrical power and the signals to do right what the cam says.


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AF selector is set to S - also tried moving to M and C but it always states MF on the rear display. 

I checked the contacts and it looked clean, but I can try giving a clean. 

Thanks for all your suggestions

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