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  1. Maybe I have something set wrong but when recording video on my a6000 I don't see them in playback mode. I see all of the photos I have taken but no video. I'm sure they're there because when using playmemories they show up (although they won't wirelessly transfer). Any help would be appreciated. Thanks. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Hi All, I have been trying to shoot anything on video but my footage is grainy regardless if it is outdoors or indoors, it does not matter how low my ISO is, and I also reduced the details to -7, but still no luck. The footage should be smooth and crispy, but they look dim and grainy in a weird way. The interesting thing is, I have no issues at all with photos, they come out as clean and sharp as expected. Can someone have any idea if this is just a setting issue or an issue with the camera? I attached 2 images for reference. Your help is truely appreciated. Best regards, Krisztina
  3. I am not a photographer, I just shoot videos to my family with my Sony a7iii. I don't want any post production to my videos. Can I simply shoot videos in .mp4 extension avoiding funny kind of video formats?
  4. I remember the day i bought my first Alpha 100, it was immediately on its launch and i was quite chuffed to have the Jessops 'special edition silver'. It was my first serious camera, and having been a Sony audio devotee for years it was an obvious choice. However, there were times I regretted the decision in the years that followed during which the initial press rave reviews were replaced with a fairly apathetic view of Sony's move into SLR, and it seemed Sony would stay way behind Canon and Nikon, perhaps among the front runners of the also rans was the best they could hope for. Though many a photographer dismissed my Sony with advice to jump ship, the A100 was doing the job I needed and by then I had built up quite an array of accessories and lenses - back then camera shops had loads of Minolta glass you could get for pennies. Turn the clock forward however many years it has been (wow - I just looked it up, 25 years!) and Sony are right up there with some awesome kit. Despite being in from the start i have only progressed as far as a 390 - which I doubt many people reading this would want as their main camera, but it has done the job i need and done it well. I do now need an upgrade as need video. Cameras are not a big enough part of my life to be looking at anything like the current flagship models. To get most bang for my buck I'll be most likely to buy from one of the professional second hand/refurbing sellers. You'll know the type, 50 Sony cameras in their eBay shop and a 99% feedback from Sony camera users. So I won't be looking at just the current models and when you consider the entire range, past and present, it is huge. I keep finding myself reading a spec, thinking this could be the one, then noticing it doesn't have live view or whatever. So, I am hoping somebody reading this will know the range so well that if i give a list of 'must have' and 'desirable' specs, they will be able to suggest cameras of whatever age that fit the bill, and which of them you'd recommend. Sony has a really good accessories compatibility bit on its website, so i can then cross reference suggestions to see which of my external flashes, remotes, grips, lenses etc could still be used. I could have just asked the question without rambling down memory lane couldn't I, sorry about that ? ESSENTIAL FEATURES a-mount hd video external mic live view (doesn't have to be the sony proprietory LiveView, any form of external monitoring) standard tripod and hot-shoe mounts availability in european market STRONG PREFERENCE wifi or other wireless connectivity some form of macro or favourites to allow save & recall of multiple settings configurations evf viewfinder high megapixel (I fancy doing some wallpaper printing) headphone jack multi interface hot-shoe image stabilisation (if you think i'd miss it) In all other respects I am happy if the camera does the job as well as, or better than, the 390, which I'm pretty sure everything with my wish list would. Hope somebody can help with this, many thanks in advance.
  5. Hi! This is my first post. I just bought a Sony a6300 and i have a problem while recording 4k video. I'm using a Sony 55-210mm lenses. When i select 4K Video and the options: 24p 100M (super 35mm) and 24p 60M (super 35mm) some black bars (stripes) appears on the video. (i'll attach stills). This is "resolved" by making higher the ISO around 6400-20,000, but then at 25,600 the black bars appears again (and stronger). I don't know if there is something with my configuration (i haven't changed a lot of things since i bought it, almost everything is on default), or if it is another kind of problem. I used also the 16-50 kit lenses and the stripes appear too. Thanks for your help! *The one with the BEAR is 24p 60M, the one with the purple curtains is 24p 100M.
  6. Normally I shoot video in manual mode with ISO set to Auto. So, while recording, the ISO continually adjusts depending on lighting. Is there a setting somewhere that prevents ISO from changing while actively recording something - and only adjusting again in-between shots? My use case is such that I want the camera to adjust ISO for exposure, but then lock that in throughout the shot and then re-adjust for the next one. That way, I don't have to manually select my ISO for each shot, but also have locked in settings throughout the shot that are easier to work with in post. Apologies if this is an obvious "feature" which I'm unfamiliar with. I haven't had much luck searching around for similar questions or a feature to fix it. Thanks!
  7. I'm trying to shoot a video of myself in front of a background. I am in focus but the background is blurred. Is it possible to ask the A6000 to have everything in the same focus?
  8. 38 minutes of stormy sunrise with nature sounds. Shot on Shot on Sony A6300 in Gamma Cine2 (ISO 400). Lens Sigma AF 24-105mm f/4 DG HSM Art Minolta A with Sony LA-EA3 A-Mount Adapter. Only part of longest shooting and A6300 no overheat!
  9. I had a bunch of photos on my SD card (Sony alpha 6000) and then shot some videos using the timelapse app. I could see them when in playback mode on the LCD. Now (3 days later, not using the camera meanwhile, but I did change batteries), I don't see the videos on the SD card! Where did they go? Is it possible that the timelapse application didn't save them to SD card and they're gone because I swapped batteries??
  10. Most likely the problem is in my camera, but what if someone encountered the same problem?
  11. Hello everyone, I want to buy a Sony Alpha, but I need it to have no recording limit, because on several occasions I will need to record a live concert without having any computer nearby. Could you help me to identify which Sony Alpha models have no recording limit (from a6 to all a7 models)? Thank you very much in advance, Josu.
  12. Hi everybody :) Newbie Alpha user here... I recently got my a6400 and loving it. I'm planning to use it for some (music) videos soon, and I was hoping that I could get a few things bit more clarified by someone more experienced. As I understood, to get more cinematic-like effect I should stick to 24p(in NTSC mode), so my options are: When File Format is set to [XAVC S 4K] -> 24p 100M or 24p 60M When File Format is set to [XAVC S HD] -> 24p 50M ... So, is 100M gonna get more data than 60M which is gonna enable to create a slow motion footage in 4K..? Or I should - If I wish to create a slow motion footage - select one of these (while in [XAVC S HD]): 120p 100M/100p 100M 120p 60M/100p 60M Then slow it down in Premiere, and convert it to 24p..? ... I got a bit confused with all these options, apologies if I'm asking anything too obvious :D Thanks a lot for all the help!
  13. Hey This is my first post. Just bought my first digi camera less than week ago (Sony a6000 with SELP1650 for 190€). I did try to search but I did not find what I was looking for. If there is already topic about this feel free to link it here and I will delete this thread. So I study communications and me and my friend have a plan of shooting a "0budget" interview/documentary about drugusers life on street. Here in Finland is so dark during these winter months that I need lense that has good F-value. The current lense has f3.5 when not zoomed. What is the cheapest zoom lense that you guys would recommend for my purposes? And how about some cheap wide angle prime lenses for this type of videography? Thank you, FinnishNoob
  14. Does anyone else have issues with a jittery image on their A7SIII EVF when in video mode, recording in 4K S-I 10bit. It only occurs with this codec and is totally smooth with no issues in all other codecs. Wondering if this is just my unit or a common problem?
  15. Event season is starting to pick up finally, so I have some extra $$$ to spend to expand my gear. My photo side is pretty well fleshed out for my needs at this point, so I've been looking to expand the video side. Already have wireless mics and off-camera LED panels from some on-tripod static videos I've been shooting (reviews/testimonials), but nothing for movement yet. Been looking at a DJI Mini 2 or an equivalently priced gimbal (wide selection I need to narrow down). Wondering which I should go for first. Real estate jobs seem pretty cut and dry: camera photos on the ground, drone photos in the air, and drone video everywhere else, so I was considering getting the drone first. I've already figured out hacks to substantially improve the DJI Mini 2's RAW images, so there's no issue on that end when lining up against my A7 III's IQ for real estate level IQ. Weddings pay more for video work, but in return, also take up much more time, and are mostly run and gun/spur of the moment for gimbal use. Both would require extra batteries and factoring in time to learn, both in handling and shooting. AFAIK, I'd have to pay for a drone operator license once I was ready to use the drone for pro work, but recreational/practice use doesn't require one. And in the end, I'll end up owning both in the future, as that will expand my usefulness to clients even more than just one. Just wondering how people who own one or both are doing pro-wise.
  16. Hello All, im new in photography and I have Sony A6000 i wanna ask the quoestion, How im setting menu for get the Best Video, can you tell me step by step,,, its like setting Focus, frame,COlor Balance,, ETC Thankyou,,,
  17. Hello everybody! I just uploaded this travel video primarily using the Sony A7RII! I would love for you to check it out and give feedback! Good day! https://youtu.be/GWYUYpmwXy8 <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/GWYUYpmwXy8?rel=0" frameborder="0" gesture="media" allow="encrypted-media" allowfullscreen></iframe>
  18. Ancient Cities of Turkey Time Lapse and Hyperlapse Video Body: Sony A7 S2 Lenses: Samyang 14mm f:2,8 / Samyang cine 35mm t:1,5 / Samyang cine 85mm t:1,5 [youtube]
  19. Hello! I need some help on a few things I'm a little confused about. Im really hoping someone here can help answer my questions so I can purchase the correct Microphone and wireless transmitters. Okay here it goes, Im needing to buy a wireless mic setup but I will rarely use the lav mic. If I buy a wireless mic setup that comes with a lav mic can I plug in a shotgun or studio mic instead? I understand that it would need to be the correct jack. here is the exact set up i'm looking to get Saramonic UWMIC10 96-Ch Digital UHF Wireless Lavalier Microphone System (RX10+TX10) I'll keep the lav mic for occasional use but I want to us this mic instead. https://www.amazon.com/Audio-Technica-AT2022-Stereo-Condenser-Microphone/dp/B004SNPD4I this mic comes with the 3 pin xlr adapter fyi Or do I need to get this instead https://www.movophoto.com/collections/wireless-microphones/products/saramonic-uwmic9-uhf-wireless-xlr-microphone-system all In all I guess what Im confused about is if the audio technica studio mic can plug into the transmitter that the lav mic comes with? I would like to do that so I can have the lav mic as well. Or do I have to get the xlr transmitter instead? thank you so much for the help! Riley
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