I'm shooting with the same setup and keep getting these green orbs.
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How small are your paintings? Unless you have some that are 4 X 6 inches or less, you probably don't need a macro lens. You do need a lens that has a short minimum focus distance, though. Instead of a macro lens, I think a copy stand is more useful for taking pictures of paintings.
Yes, raw files from Sony (.ARW) display as a pink mess in my photo viewer too, but that's nothing to be concerned about. Download Sony Imaging Edge Desktop software (free) here - https://imagingedge.sony.net/en-us/ie-desktop.html . You can do a lot of stuff in this software like adjusting white balance, contrast, shadows, highlights, the creative look, sharpness, etc. because it's shot in raw. Then go to file > output and convert to .jpg. The help section also tells you how to batch convert.
I am a new here. I am a Lumix user for past 4 years. I used to have sony cameras before and now just about to make decision about purchasing A7SIII and migrate my whole system. Hence my request.
Could anyone to give a sample ( it could be just 15 seconds of recording) of original footage
from A7SIII, I am especially interested for 120p 422 4K and 240 p 422 FHD. I just need to check if my hardware
is ready for this camera . I tried to google it but the only samp