One Setting That Will Slow Your Fujifilm Camera Down

Most photographers shoot RAW, but since we are talking about Fujifilm cameras there is also a subset of photographers that like to get the shot right the first time in camera with JPEG. If you are one of those photographers then this warning is for you. If you move the Clarity setting off 0 in your camera there will be a slight delay while writing to your SD card. The delay is so long that if you turn on continuous shooting Fujifilm’s firmware will grey out the clarity setting in the menus.

So if you feel like your camera is taking a while to write to the card check your Clarity setting. You can find the setting under the IQ menu of your Fujifilm camera.

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