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Old 08-10-2016   #1
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So I have a question, Ive had the Fuji for about 3 weeks now and love the camera.

But I have some questions.

I know the frame lines are not like a Leica's, which I'm used too. I can't seem to figure out if the frame lines are crooked or if it is me. Everytime I frame a shot I always feel the right side dips lower and makes the horizon crooked. I noticed that the frame lines have a weird bend to them.

is everyones lines the same way?

Here are some snaps of the frame lines.



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Mine are dead straight. Could it possibly be your glasses?

Edit, now that you mention it, it does slightly. But I haven't noticed it until you did!
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Mine does this, too. Not a biggie but it is curious.
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I tend to shoot straight on, and its been driving me crazy. I feel like I have to compensate alot to get it straight.
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For critical framing I think the only solution is to switch to the EVF which is a lot more accurate anyway.
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Old 08-12-2016   #6
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I guess that would be the best bet I suppose.
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