My x100f aperture is sticking. It's under warranty so I sent it to Fuji in NJ. Hopefully it will be fixed. That is not my issue. My issue is that when I called the tech people and asked about the issue, they said that there was no issue with that lens cluster. It's interesting because I did see a good number of people with x100f that had this issue. The rep said that he doesn't believe in those forums. Here is the kicker. I used to have the original x100 when it first came out. That camera had the same sticky aperture issue after about 6 months of use. When I talked to the rep about that camera years ago, he mentioned that the cameras that was not for US market had some issues of aperture sticking. So there was a known issue with that camera. And here we are many years later, the same issue. And this rep is not saying that there is an issue? Come on Fuji! He just dodged that question about the past x100 by saying that since they don't deal with the x100, he doesn't know the story behind it. If fuji wants a loyal customer base, they need to make nice reliable cameras. But when there is an issue, own up to it and fix it. Right now it just looks like they're sweeping under the rug. Fuji film looks like they want to move into the professional market recently with their medium formats. But my experience with this particular cameras over the years is making me doubt their approach to dealing with customers.