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LiveShots last won the day on November 17

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  1. I got one of these shortly after I got my a9, it makes a huge difference. They are hopelessly overpriced for what they are, I think they should have included this grip free with every a7, a9. When using the heavier Sony lenses, I found the full size grip to help a lot with the balance, especially if I am going to be shooting a lot of vertical shots.
  2. Nice shots, I particularly liked the first one
  3. The image is 3:2, that’s a ratio not a size. Try setting the Page Size to 4x6 (same as Printer Paper Size), in Page Layout select Fit-to-Page
  4. Return it, if the box was in bad shape then it was likely a ‘return’ from another customer.
  5. Either export with those settings or check the printer guide to see if there is something in its settings that will scale the image to the correct size.
  6. Check DPI settings, if your printer is 150 DPI then export at 300 DPI
  7. Jpg or raw? if raw what software are you using to view the files.
  8. The camera processing may be clearing up the anomaly which is why you don’t see it in the jpg. The lines are curved, may indicate a lens issue. What camera and lens are you using?
  9. Not sure about PC’s but with a Mac there is a way to rename multiple files at once, sort the files by date/time, then select all the duplicates (they should be at the end), then select Rename to change the prefix of the selected files to something else.
  10. Check for pre-AF setting. If that is set on then any movement near the viewfinder will keep the camera active
  11. https://www.sony.com/electronics/camera-lenses/sal55200-2
  12. LiveShots

    The Redhead

    I like the top one a lot, though I'm wondering about a tighter crop. She has great eyes and putting them on the rule of thirds brings my eye straight to them.
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