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  1. Is there a way, or a setting I'm missing that will make the the focus distance when manual focusing, stay constant after a power cycle? I know this seems like a fussy issue to most, but when you do complex still like setups that require multiple exposures that need to be in perfect register for compositing in post, it can be a major issue. Ideas? I cant find anything online about this.
  2. Hi, I have a new A7M2. I purchased a 18 year old Leica 35-70mm F4 Macro/Zoom lens. My question is, I will use this for traveling, generally street shots. I know that I should manually adjust the IBIS to the exact lens size, but at any given point that could change from a 35MM through to 70mm. I would rather not continually adjust the IBIS. What would be the difference or problem if I left it set at 70MM verses 35MM or maybe 50MM? I have searched for an answer, but have found nothing close to answering this question. Thank you,
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