Hi Rico... Last night I attempted to take stills of my daughters Tae Kwon Do belt test with a Fuji X-T1 and the 56mm. The setting was a room where I am approx. 20-40 feet away from my subject (wearing a white uniform) and the room is lit with fluorescent lighting. Lighting is less than optimal and there was no way I could use a flash. It was a very frustrating and exasperating evening as the Fuji could not focus and I missed most of the shots. In particular, when I attempted to use continuous autofocus it just would hunt and hunt trying to find the initial focus. Even after it found it, it seemed like there was enough lag as it updated that it would lose focus on the subject. I also found the EVF had just enough of a delay that it impeded my ability to take shots. I have a feeling I either don't have the camera setup correctly or it's just the wrong tool for the job. Any advice on how to set up the X-T1 focusing system for this type of shot would be greatly appreciated.