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I will hazard a guess on this. The a 58  is Aps  C ,   the A 7 is  Full Frame.

It could also be down to Google Fotos, not accepting  Raw images ?

Go into settings, on the  A 7 and try  Raw + Jpeg, or just  Jpeg , take some test shots, then see  if the jpegs  appear,  on  google photos , or not.

Good Luck

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On 6/9/2019 at 10:17 PM, rimbauer said:

hello,

I just went from sony a58 to sony a7 and I can not transfer my photos of the a7 on google photos anymore .

More information? Sony A7 and Google Photos don't seem to go together, so I am guessing what you mean is...

Sony A7 -> Mobile Phone -> Google Photos?

Here's my guess/hunch: Maybe they are now being put in a different directory on the phone? Go to Google Photos settings, where you can select the directories to backed up, and make sure that the right one is checked.

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