First some details about my setup: -Firmware 4.00 -18-55 lens with latest firmware -Pre-AF off -face/eye detection off -release priority in AFS and AFC -Shutter AE lock on for both AFS and AFC -Shutter AF off for both AFS and AFC -Sandisk Extreme Pro 95 mb/s cards -Shooting large and fine JPEG -Boost Mode -No vertical grip I'm having issues with extreme shutter lag when shooting in Continuous Low burst mode. When holding down the shutter it will fire at 5 FPS, but as soon as I quickly pan the camera left or right or up and down the burst speed pauses completely and fires at uneven and slow intervals. If the camera is held still it will fire indefinitely, or until the card can't write fast enough to keep up. I've narrowed it down to the physical movement of the camera. It seems to be even worse when moving it around in portrait orientation. (I tried with Autorotate Display off and it doesn't make a difference). It will do this in single, continuous, and manual focus. Locking the exposure and focus before the burst shooting doesn't help either. The problem occurs in both mechanical and electronic shutter modes. In Continuous High burst shooting (8, 11, or 14 FPS) the shutter fires perfectly without any lag until the buffer runs out, which is awhile, then the burst speed slows down (as expected). No matter how much I move the camera, or how fast I pan it around. There is no lag in the EVF or screen when this occurs, only lag in the shutter firing. The CH burst shooting the X-T2 does not use a "live" EVF, it simply displays the last frame captured (which at 14 FPS is pretty damn smooth). In CL burst shooting (either 3, 4, or 5 FPS) it uses a "live" display, so the EVF and rear screen momentarily blacks out to capture the frame. It seems this lag in the shutter has something to do with the camera being in a burst mode that uses "live view". Is anyone else experiencing this issue? It's driving me crazy that the CL burst speeds are so laggy.