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Same here. For me works transforming a frame with troublesome picture and undoing that action. After that I can freely manipulate the picture within the frame.
I've made a screen recording of the problem.
What you see here is:
1. Dragging an image to a frame
2. Moving it and it changes transparency
3. Undoing the image placement
4. Dragging the same image
5. While holding CMD I drag the frame edge so it transforms the image within the frame – This is the workaround I found that helps (other than deleting the frame or undoing the placement). Undoing the transformation makes the image not change the transparency again.
6. I place another image, manipulate it and show Effects panel that says the image is 100% opacity.