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  1. Yeah I got a feeling this problem is based more on camera body. I think it's more with A7iii and A6400 than A7RIII or A9. Here's video of my problem:
  2. Should I send the lens for service? https://www.dropbox.com/s/x9l7rn9m22ma40r/sony24.mp4?dl=0 Doesn't happen with tamron 28-75
  3. One more thing... Many phones are using laser for their AF... I was shooting wedding where people used their phones filming and taking pics so who knows...
  4. Here's update of my case. I sent cam to authorized service (I have 3 years warranty).After 2 days It's been sent back. Service document says they replaced "Mecha Device". I called them and it's been physical damage to sensor caused by very stron light source. Guy said that it might have been laser or sun. The first replacement is free of charge if it happens again I will have to pay (around 1500$). He said that with mirrorless we got ot be really careful because even hanging camera on your neck in sunny day, can cause damage. The sun rays can enter lens and game over. He said always hang cam with lens down or use lens cap. It's a bit annoying as we have to be ultra careful about such things nowadays.
  5. I tested with two lenses , same thing
  6. I did weeding and after it I noticed something on images. I was always using visible dust Arctic Butterfly 724S fro cleaning, and my sensor was in pristine condition no dust whatsoever. But now I got those two a bit long specs that I can't get rid of with butterfly. It's strange because it was reddish color. I though maybe those are stuck pixels but I shot low exposure image and it's getting darker and invisible so it's not that.
  7. Question for sony 24mm f1.4 GM users. I noticed that with smaller apertures like f4 to f16 focus very often is "pulsing" even in very bright conditions. When you hold focus button and look through evf you can see small image pulsing (zooming in and out a bit:. The smaller the aperture the bigger the problem. No other sony lenses does that.
  8. I did more test and when shooting jpeg images doesn't change, When shooting RAW+ JPEG it also doesn't change when zooming. Only in Raw it changes saturation. So it's firmware glitch.
  9. sony a7iii color shift when viewing images in camera and zooming (like WB balance changes or more loosing saturation a bit). is it normal? here's video of the problem: https://www.facebook.com/reallukx/videos/2154122024665196/ Is it a glitch in new firmware?
  10. Yes I admit it is probably GAS and I'm trying to fight it as hard as possible and make rational decision To be honest the thing that scares me the most is more and more shutter fail cases surfacing all over the facebook a7iii groups. But what I'm curious the most is if AF in a9 is much much better than in a7iii? The real time tracking AF option especially makes me curious if it could help tremendously in wedding scenario?
  11. So...for quite some time im struggling with idea if its wise to sell my a7iii and get a9. Cost for switching for me would be 2000$ (im from Europe so prices are higher than in US). I want best body for weddings, landscapes, street photography quite a bit of studio work a bit of birds. No extreme speed sports etc. But also the rumors of new a9ii make me hesitate if switch now is good idea. But the realyime autofocus tracking in a9 really makes me wonder if its not a good idea to switch. Whats your take on this?
  12. hours ago Sorry for silly question but I recently switched to Sony A7III and noticed that even after just playing with menus it's getting warm especially bottom part of the body and when taking out the sd card it's also warm. Is it normal for Sony?
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