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  2. DigitalMinds Photography

    DigitalMinds Photography

    You will find the full Picture Stories on my Blog
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  4. DigitalMinds Photography

    When I Close My Eyes with Sonja

    +++ WHEN I CLOSE MY EYES WITH SONJA +++ Today i'm showing you a little picture series with Sonja from my latest work. For all the German readers of this site, feel free to check my blog entry as well. Feel free to check out the complete series with Sonja on my Website 😉
  5. OpenWater

    Chicago Skyline

    I really like the composition and the pairing of two dominant colors.
  6. OpenWater

    Ms J.W.

    Indeed, she is a beautiful woman.
  7. Iansky

    Sony A7iii

    Images taken with my first ever Sony - the learning curve begins!
  8. Iansky

    A trip to the seaside

    We went to the seaside for a couple of days and despite the damp and overcast weather I still managed to capture some photos that I am happy with. I used 2 lens, the 55mm f1.8 and the 70-300mm f4.5 - 5.6 and they both delivered.
  9. Yes, of course. Go to Custom Key Shoot (second camera tab page 8/9 Select Custom Key (shoot) Assign Center Lock on AF to which ever button you prefer. I set mine to the Center Button.
  10. Shooter49

    Ms J.W.

    My model, black model, beautiful woman,

    © t.brown/iamdarkside_photographer

  11. I have a some different related questions to Center Lock-On autofocus. Is it correct when every time you want to use this feature, you need to go into your camera menu and select this function again? I was thinking that pushing the center button of my dial would activate this feature since my camera setting is still set to ON (i.e. when the camera was turned off and then back on for another time). However, it only seems to work when i go back to set that feature again within the menu. Is that correct? Is there a way to program a custom button of FN button to re-activate that option to make it easier to use it from one subject to another subject?
  12. A little bit more on this for anyone else who is as slow as I seem to be (It's the white hair...). First of all, Disp is on Menu/Camera2, page 6, not 5. Second, and this is true for the A7r III (don't know about others), on the back of the camera, on the main wheel, the top button says DISP. When I push that button, it toggles through the Display modes that I have set in the Menu. So, the menu options turn on/off what's shown in the viewfinder or rear LCD when pushing the DISP on the back of the camera. I mentioned that I can't show the level and the histogram simultaneously, but I can toggle between them by pushing the DISP button. Mike.
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  14. I do think think he is using any software to do the import, I think he is just trying to copy the files to his computer and that may be why it cannot see the other card slot.
  15. Using Chrome on Windows, if I go to the forum home page it tells me I am not signed in, but if I go to a specific forum I am.
  16. Hello! I recently took up photography again after a few years. I recently purchased the A6000 and love it! I had originally gotten the 2 kit lenses, but wasn't very happy with the zoom lens. At first, I decided to adapt an old Zeiss manual focus lens I still had (Zeiss Vario-Sonnar 80-200mm), however it is so heavy, and the zoom mechanism so awkward that I've had trouble getting images that weren't a little blurry. So I'm looking to find an autofocus zoom, preferably 70-300 or 70-200 ish. Any suggestions? I don't necessarily care if it's an adapted lens, or a non-Sony brand like Tamron or Sigma. I'm hoping to not have to spend a lot of money right now though, I'd also be happy to find a used lens. Eventually I'd like to pick up a nice Zeiss zoom, but for now, I just want a second lens to go along with my 35mm 1.8 prime... something for taking photos walking around a city, or photographing birds... basically just a good all around zoom. Any suggestions would be very much appreciated!
  17. Of course now I’ve ordered mine it can’t come soon enough. I looked at all other possible options for non-native lenses and none made sense. I even looked at other compact but somewhat lenses with another body like the Nikon PF lenses and the Fuji 200 f2 but those didn’t really make much sense either. The good thing about getting the Sony lens is there a ton of options for how to use it with the teleconverters and different bodies (A9 for the best possible AF, A7RIII for cropping if subject is really far away or even A6500 if necessary).
  18. Yes I’m also interested in that too. I ordered mine on January 12. The reason, apart from the huge cost, that I took a long time to decide on the purchase, was figuring out how to travel with it in terms of both flying and hiking along with my other gear. Is that a consideration for you?
  19. Thank you, I'm interested to see if there is any true discernible pattern based upon location and retailer.
  20. Amazing! What was the exposure?
  21. tinplater

    Back Button Focus for A7 III

    When I go to custom key setting and choose multi-slc center btn I get 22 pages of options for what you can set the multi select button to...just toggle right or left through the pages, up and down for choices. AF On selection is page 5/22
  22. In lightroom I can import from any slot. I also see them both, I can choose in lightroom from which slot to import. Is your usb output set right in the menu? USB connection should be set to "mass storage" You find this setting in the menu, toolbox. If your setting is right, try another card.
  23. The only other options I can think of are Auto Switch Media, set that to ON. If that doesn’t not work then I suggest you buy an SD card reader/adapter for your computer. It will transfer images faster than the camera anyway.
  24. Do you have USB set to Mass Storage or something else?
  25. Dondeando

    Rainbow Hopper

    Sony a6000 w/Batis 85 1.8
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  27. lamontcranston

    A6000 Choosing Kit Lens

    Another vote for the excellent Sony 18-135. You might have to stretch your budget a little bit but you won't regret it. It's a superb little lens that is lightweight , compact, and has excellent reviews. It stays on my A6000 permanently.
  28. Try using AUTO ISO and increase your speed to at least 1/125 for your handheld shots and see it that doesn't show improvement.
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