When you review your image after capture you can view a RGB Histogram.
Is it possible to view this RGB Live Histogram by assigning it to a C1, C2 etc button, which you can press to view it before you take the shot, rather than after the capture.
I am seriously changing my equipment to the Sony range.
With my current eyesight I need the most consistent and accurate Eye AF for non static people shots.
The 24 or 42 meg sensors are not an issue, both would be fine.
Any advice regarding the A9 vs A7R111 would be most appreciated regarding the Eye AF.
I had my first A9, replaced within a month or so of purchase, because the switch was defective.
The only way, I could get the LCD to work, was ...by pulling it away, from the back of the camera.
Otherwise, I had to do everything through the viewfinder, which was not easy.
I am not saying its the same problem, but mebbe worth a try ?
I bought the A9 through a Jessops branch, and they agreed that that should not happen in a camera costing over 4 grand.