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  1. https://helpguide.sony.net/ilc/1710/v1/en/contents/TP0001662018.html?search=Beep
  2. If you uploaded to your phone using ImagingEdge/PlayMemories then the default size is 2Mb... I think you can change it in the app settings.
  3. Thanks for posting the solution, I never would have suspected something like that..
  4. Thanks for posting this, it explains why I’ve never seen this on my α9, as nutty as it sounds I shoot in Aperture Priority when shooting sports. I use the Min Shutter Speed option that shifts the ISO if the shutter speed drops below my preset.
  5. Did you try pulling the monitor screen away from the body a little, so there is a gap between the body and the monitor? Is the microphone receiver on the cold shoe, do you get the same problem if the receiver is held away from the camera?
  6. I think it has more to do with shutter speed. Try the same test with Silent Shooting (electronic shutter) rather than mechanical shutter.
  7. Sony's lack of telephoto primes is something that they need to address, the wide and mid-range focal points are well covered by Sony and other good 3rd party providers (love my Sigma 105mm). Each time I've tried wildlife I've stuck my 70-200 at the long end and left it there so primes would suit me better, I think. I'm hopeful that we will see a 500mm and 600mm soon.
  8. Likely some dirt under one of the buttons, so the camera thinks it’s being pushed. It might be visible so look closely at all the buttons including the control wheel.
  9. Are you using a lens hood? I’ve never seen this effect on any of my photos (α9).
  10. 55mm f1.8, not a cheap lens but well made, and very sharp.
  11. David Busch has a book about the a5000 but I’m not sure if it is still in print.
  12. Pocket wizards have an enormous range and more options. Vello are much cheaper and are reliable but have a shorter working distance, you may need to be in line of sight in some situations but they are rare.
  13. I turn mine off too, but I found that when taking still shots (one frame) I find myself hitting the Play button, but for sports (my main interest) it is left off.
  14. There's an option to turn this on/off The online manual is better than the printed copy, as it allows searches, see link below: https://helpguide.sony.net/ilc/1810/v1/en/contents/TP0001117037.html
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