1. Be sure to insert a fresh battery.
2. Format a memory card on the X-T2. To format, hold down the garbage-can button and press the rear command dial.
3. Download the update file FWUP0010.DAT from the Fujifilm site.
4. Copy the update file onto the memory card.
5. Insert the memory card into slot 1.
6. Hold down the DISP/BACK button while turning the camera on to bring up the update window.
7. The menu will guide you from that point on.
This firmware update has been available since 13 June 2018.
The functions of “Select Folder” and “Create Folder,” which were planned to be included in Ver.4.10, will be incorporated in Ver.4.20 to be released in July 2018.
Upgrading firmware from Ver.4.00 to Ver.4.10 will remove the functions of “Select Folder” and “Create Folder.”
See the X-T2 New Features Guide Version 4.10.
Last updated 5/21/18 8:10 AM
If you’re into camera gear, then you’re probably into buying and selling used gear on eBay. This post is specifically about enhancing your ad with a YouTube video when you want to sell something. There are a number of text and video tutorials on how to do this, and, generally, most are very confusing. The process1 is actually very simple:
1. Create a video and upload it to your YouTube channel.
2. Copy the unique 11-digit code at the end of the URL for your video.
3. Log in to http://www.isdntek.com/tagbot/YouTubeConverter.htm
4. Click in the composing window that says “paste video number, URL, or code here.”
5. This is where the screen gets quirky: The composing window “disappears.”
6. It’s actually still there, but you’ll need to scroll down a bit.
7. Click in the window again and paste the 11-digit code.
8. Scroll down a bit again and look for “Make eBay Code” to the left of the large blank window. Click it.
9. As soon as you do, the code appears in the large blank window.
10. Select and copy all of the code.
11. Next, in eBay, when you’re composing the description of the item you’re selling, switch to HTML mode, select a point where you want the video to appear, and paste the code.
1 I found the YouTube video “How to Add YouTube Video to EBAY Listing 2017” (published 7 Oct. 2016) by FC Growing & Gardening Channel to be the most helpful.
The Tamron 85-1.8 was mounted on a Nikon D810. Most shots were cropped. Some were edited for exposure. This is the sharpest lens in my small Nikon collection, and I wanted to test its nightscape powers. This lens suits me. I like the results.