I have a problem with the A7Riii. When im in burst mode it looks like my pictures are dancing.
look at the lines in the background on this picture.
Do anyone have a solution on this problem?
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Just wondering if anyone can shed a light on this problem I have.
I have been using a basic a7 camera with a Sony 24-70 lens and occasionally I attached my Canon F2.8 L 70-200 lens to it via a Fotodiox Pro lens mount adapter. I have had reasonable success with the Canon with this arrangement with good well-exposed shots but of course the auto-focusing was a bit of a pain, which took a while to 'lock-on' but once in focus it did a good job.
A few days ago I bought an a7Riii with the expectation that the focusing with this Canon lens would be much faster. I was right, it focused faster than I could think about it. BUT.. all shots I took with the Canon lens came out over-exposed. I shoot only in RAW. In the viewfinder while composing they look OK but on playback and in processing they are vastly over-exposed.
Using my Sony 24-70 lens on the Riii they are all perfectly exposed, both pre and after capture, just the Canon/adapter setup produced images that are about 3-4 stops over. I have patiently tried every single exposure setting on the Riii, both auto and manual but nothing will change the results.
As a fix after loading them into Camera Raw I can reduce the exposure by 3-4 stops to get a good photo but this surely should not be necessary. No clipping of highlights occur.
Can anyone tell me why this is happening? Could it be the adapter, which maybe does not work with the Riii (yet is OK with the a7?) Or is it a camera fault? Many thanks.
I have a sony a7rIII and a 1.4 Gmaster 85 lens. Things were fine, then I bought a 24-105 lens, played with it for several months, then I put the Gmaster back on and now I can't change the aperture in manual mode. If I put it in A priority it seems to be ok. But I rarely use that. Has any one seen this before. 'can't figure it out.
I want to control the A7RIII by using the USB multiport cable and get the live image of the viewfinder over HDMI.
We use the A7RIII on a drone to take aerial pictures and movies.
We have to use the USB multiport (USB PC Remote) in order to take pictures and to start/stop video in Manual photo mode.
This will not work by using WIFI.
This works perfect as long we're not plugging in the HDMI cable into the camera.
When we use the USB multiport in combination with HDMI, the HDMI feed goes to black when we start recording.
Taking pictures works like it should be.
I think I've tried everything to solve this problem, but nothing seems to work.
Somebody with the same problems?
Somebody with a solution?
+10.000 karma points for the person who can help me out!
Ive spent the last 3 our on forums and YouTube trying to change my recording format on the camera so I can easily use Premier to edit. But like I said I can’t figure out how to change the file format for the SD cards to stream lone the process.
Old/vintage lens is fully manual no electric contacts on the lens, camera and flash is set to manual, the flash is in cameras hotshoe, I have also enabled “release w/o lens “ in camera menu, and the flash will not fire.
I don't know what Nikon cameras you used, but I used a lot and the cameras that had a low-pass filter looked better than the ones that didn't have when you zoomed in that insane way: D The low pass filter towards the smoothing you show, but it took away the sharpness of the photo. Anyway, I left Nikon because I was not comfortable with the number of failed cameras they sent me. You should never keep something that does not satisfy you. But I don't know anything about this, the experts are you