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  1. John, though I don't an Adapter for my Sony A9ii I have heard from others that swear by the sharpness of using their Canon or Nikon glass. I see Adorama has the Fotodiox FUSION Smart AF Adapter Mark II for Nikon G-Mount AF-I/AF-S Lens to Sony E-Mount a6300, a6500, a7 II, a7R II, a7R III, a9 Mirrorless Camera for $276.96...Here's a link to their website for more information..... https://www.adorama.com/fdnikgsnyefu.html Good luck! Don
  2. After playing with various settings this afternoon, if you turn AUTO REVIEW off this solves the EVF. But, one would think you could have auto-review on with a traditional EVF....anyone have any thoughts on this???????
  3. After playing with various settings this afternoon, if you turn AUTO REVIEW off this solves the EVF. But, one would think you could have auto-review on with a traditional EVF....anyone have any thoughts on this???????
  4. I saw a post December about this same problem but, no solution. So, I thought I'd try mentioning it again....When I shoot though the A9ii through EVF, I take the shot then the image I just took shows up in the viewfinder. I don't need to see my image. I need to stay focused on my subject. So, is there a way to have the EVF act like a traditional viewfinder and I can view my images later? Thanks in advance, emmerichd
  5. I'm with Mike on this one....I too have a Sony A9ii switched from Nikon 850 and Canon 5D Mark IV....I want to look through the viewfinder and take shots....not take a shot and see the image I just took....I don't need this....I want to keep taking shots and my eye on the subject...I can look at the pictures later....much, much later....Thanks, emmerichd
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