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I have been recently having a lot of issues when shooting timelapses with my Sony A7Rii. In today's test I was using a Neewer intervalometer and my camera is set to Manual: all settings are set to manual (aperture, focus, iso, shutter speed). I then let the intervalometer shoot pictures at a 5 second interval. The lighting in the room hasn't changed at all and given that the camera settings were all set manually I should have received a series of very similarly looking images. If I am not missing something then nothing should have caused any changes in exposure in the images, yet the resu
Hey everyone. I purchased the a6000 a while back and used it for a few. Before I returned it I noticed that some bars on the video feature were under exposed. There were about 3 to 4 bars. I decided to record the video and put it in my lap top just to make sure if it was the cameras screen or something, But as soon as I saw the footage on the computer the bars were in there as well. I returned the camera because I ended up buying the a6500 anyways. Since its a new camera and newer model i forgot about the issue. Later down the road of using the camera I noticed the exact same problem come up
My problem with my A99: The A99 viewfinder while using manual camera settings, or shutter priority, shows a different brightness level than the resulting photo does. Way different. In other words, the picture looks fine in the viewfinder, and on the LED screen, but the photo I take may be way too light or too dark. This occurs when, for example, I might want to get the "milky white waterfall" effect by using a very slow shutter speed. It looks fine in the viewfinder, with no indication to "use such-and-such-f/stop", but the recorded photo may be washed-out overexposed. Or I will want to u