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  1. Thanks. I've solved it meanwhile - turns out the timelapse app stores the videos on a separate subfolder within the SD card, not with the rest of the images/videos, and I saw them before because I was seeing them from within the app - the camera itself doesn't see them after you leave the app.
  2. I had a bunch of photos on my SD card (Sony alpha 6000) and then shot some videos using the timelapse app. I could see them when in playback mode on the LCD. Now (3 days later, not using the camera meanwhile, but I did change batteries), I see my photos but I don't see the videos on the SD card! Where did they go? Is it possible that the timelapse application didn't save them to SD card and they're gone because I swapped batteries?? But then how did I play them back the other day - they must have been somewhere.
  3. I had a bunch of photos on my SD card (Sony alpha 6000) and then shot some videos using the timelapse app. I could see them when in playback mode on the LCD. Now (3 days later, not using the camera meanwhile, but I did change batteries), I don't see the videos on the SD card! Where did they go? Is it possible that the timelapse application didn't save them to SD card and they're gone because I swapped batteries??
  4. checking a6000 manual, not seeing this info there.
  5. apologies, missed crucial piece of info: Alpha 6000.
  6. I would like to power the camera during a timelapse so that batteries don't run out. But when I plug a USB charge cable in to its charge port, the screen automatically goes to the USB file transfer mode, as if I was trying to connect it to a computer to pull off the photos. Is there a way to keep it operating in shoot mode while providing power via the charge port?
  7. I am trying to use the Timelapse app on my Sony A6000. It won't let me set an interval more than 60 seconds - is it impossible or am I just missing it? Also, I can't figure out how to have it save as a movie instead of individual frames - how is that set? Also it seems to eat my batteries very quickly - no longer than an hour or two of timelapse taking photos every 60 seconds, even though I've got something sitting in front of the viewfinder, to keep the LCD turned off - is that normal?
  8. Excellent. Is there a way to keep it from continuously adjusting the focus - I've got it on Aperture mode and recording video but it keeps changing focus which is distracting in the video.
  9. Aha! Where does one set the record button to work in all modes? thank you!
  10. I'm trying to shoot a video of myself in front of a background. I am in focus but the background is blurred. Is it possible to ask the A6000 to have everything in the same focus?
  11. I've just had my a6000 converted to full-spectrum, to shoot infra-red. I'm trying to do the custom WB on the gray card they sent me, but the camera says "Custom WB Error" - what am I missing?
  12. I'm using an Alpha 6000 with a Sony E 55-210mm f/4.5-6.3 OSS E-Mount Lens (Silver). I just noticed (when taking pictures of the moonrise, so maybe the weird settings is why I only now saw this) that when I change the focus, there's a very soft (hard to notice, not sharp edges) halo in the image, whose diameter changes as I change the focus back and forth. Any idea what this is likely to be? Normal? Dirt somewhere?
  13. I have a Sony a6000 with a few basic lenses. I'm wondering if there's a decent walk-around lens (for shooting people, scenery) that is quite flat (not long) so as to enable the camera to more easily be carried in a thin-ish shoulder bag. Suggestions?
  14. Aha, thanks - that makes sense. Is it possible to set this combo in the MR mode - as one of the 3 saved settings? I see how to switch between the 3 modes but I can't figure out how to go in and change the settings of each one. How do I do it?
  15. I'm using a macro lens on my Sony a6000 to take pictures of bugs and such. In the SCN mode for macro, the focus is such that only part of the subject is in focus and part is blurry. I'm not trying to get everything (like background) in focus, but it would be nice to have the whole insect sharp for example. I then tried setting Aperture priority mode with a large aperture, but then the shot takes forever to complete (even in bright daylight), so everything ends up blurry anyhow. What am I doing wrong - how do I set appropriate focus with a macro lens?
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