Ever since we've lived in Bend we've heard about two places called Hole in the Ground and Crack in the Ground— a crater and a a fissure created by volcanic activity. Today we went to check them out and found ourselves in an are known as the Oregon Outback. Along the way, we traveled through the...
Last Saturday (10/14) I snowshoed up the cinder cone at Mt Bachelor with my skis and Boots in/on my backpack and my X-T1 w/ 14mm 2.8 hanging from my Peak Designs clip. It had snowed 14" the night before.
I live in Central Oregon where volcanic dust is king. Since I hike a lot with my X-T1 and often change lenses in less than optimal situations, my sensor is filthy. What do users recommend for do-it-youself cleaning? I do not want to have to send my camera to Portland.
I had a similar problem. I could only see the LCD when the button set it to LCD only. When I used the viewfinder sensor setting, I could see through theviewfinder, but when I moved away, the LCD would not go on. Reset fixed it.