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  1. I suspect your only option is to try some recovery software to see if the images can be restored.
  2. The lines look a little wavy, did you recently wet-clean your sensor?
  3. I would suggest the 1.4 teleconverter over the 2.0 There have been a few questionable reviews on the 2.0. I have the 1.4 with the 70-200 f2.8 and 200-600 and am very happy with the results.. You only need 2 z-batteries, the battery grip runs fine with just one and its unlikely you will drain a battery in one day unless taking a lot of video.
  4. Check for corrosion/dirt on the battery contacts in the camera. It sounds like it is losing contact with the battery. Thats the inly thing I can suggest
  5. PocketWizard III, they are not cheap and you need two of them Effective range is staggering. I’ve used these for literally thousands of shots (sports)... You’ll need a Sony cable too
  6. Seeing the packages side by side, the differences are obvious. But if you only had one to look at it would appear genuine. E-bay can have some good deals but they need to get rid of all the fake stuff, though I’ve seen people order from Amazon and end up with fakes too.
  7. Have you followed the information here, including the Hint section? https://helpguide.sony.net/ilc/1930/v1/en/contents/TP0002727486.html?search=Interval
  8. Someone had a similar issue with 200-600 when they had a UV filter on the lens. Sony recommended not to use such a filter when he contacted them. I use a plain glass filter (to protect the lens).
  9. What movie format are you using... the format and file size dictates the maximum recording time: See below https://helpguide.sony.net/dc/1910/v1/en/contents/TP0002870058.html?search=Recording time Also, I am not sure how video recording is affected of there afe blocks of old data on the card. The camera may be able to skip over those sectors and continue recording on the next available block of memory or it may stop. Maybe try formatting the card first and then try recording. If the same thing happens then you may have a bad/fake card... it does happen.
  10. I think the default is on and can changed by accessing menu when you are in your preferred mode (2) https://helpguide.sony.net/ilc/2010/v1/en/contents/TP0003220952.html
  11. I think Its just vignetting, greater depth of field makes it more pronounced.
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