So wanted to get some input from others here about the XPRO2 and cold weather.
I was outside today. temps were between 30-35F.
About every third shot or so, the camera would act as of the shutter would stick and could take anywhere from 5-15 seconds to free up and take a shot.
I was not even out side an hour. Camera was in the camera bag in the house all day, to the car, then out to the dog park. Camera stayed in the bag until I needed it, then used, and back in the bag.
Battery 1 was half full, battery 2 was fully charged. I swapped out to make sure it was not a power issue.
Any thought on if this is something to send to Fuji ? Makes me want to repeat the same scenario with the XT3 and see if it does the same.
I’ve been out in worse with other cameras and these in the past. Heck, had the Oly EM1.2 out last weekend for 2 hours in 15F and that thing didn’t even blink an eye.
That’s in advance for any feedback.
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