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  1. The diffuser panel is likely not completely closed. If the flash thinks the panel is out, it automatically goes to the wide setting.
  2. Sounds like an A7Rx shooting in APS-C mode.
  3. Menu AF4 (Camera 1, page 8/14 on my A7R3) - Phase Detect. Area - Switch it to off.
  4. https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/56376519
  5. My guess is the lens correction being applied to correct vignetting. It's not always perfect and when you push the results, it shows up. Try turning off lens corrections and see if that changes your result.
  6. Check which Picture Profile you are using for video. Certain profiles change the minimum ISO.
  7. Can't use a flash. Slow sensor readout may cause rolling shutter type distortions. High shutter speeds may cause bokeh issue (Same as EFCS) Probably many more.
  8. Do you have Remote Control enabled? The camera will not sleep if it is waiting for a remote trigger.
  9. To me, it doesn't look like sensor spots, it looks more like sensor damage. Have you recent shot pictures directly into the sun, or at a show where lasers were being used?
  10. Check to see if you haven't accidentally turned on the Portrait Creative Style - That style takes the regular image, then applies softening to the image to get a softer skin.
  11. From the help guide: How to Use Using shooting functions Adjusting the focus AF Illuminator (still image) The AF illuminator supplies fill light to focus more easily on a subject in dark surroundings. The red AF illuminator allows the product to focus easily when the shutter button is pressed halfway, until the focus is locked. 1. MENU → (Camera Settings) → [ AF Illuminator] → desired setting. Menu item details Auto (default setting): Uses the AF illuminator. Off: Does not use the AF illuminator.
  12. Yep, in many of the earlier E-mount cameras the mount was definitely looser. As people complained of slight wobbles with lenses mounted, or light leaks coming from the gap, Sony started making the tolerances much tighter. You may have to work a little to get them on, but they will fit.
  13. Certainly. Just showing that FF is indeed possible with some APS-C lenses / Focal lengths
  14. When you shoot them in APS-C mode, yes. But as I noted above, you can actually turn on full frame mode and depending on the lens, they may or may not vignette depending on how much of an image circle the lens actually projects. For example, the following picture was taken with the SEL1018 APS-C lens @13mm on my FF A7Riii in FF mode.
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