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Hi

I boiught an alpha 7 III .

I would like to change the language to chinese.
Did somebody manage to do so.
Any hints are welcome.
Thanks

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Bought mine USA. Has Chinese in language options along with French, Italian, Spanish. A7Sii

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On 5/22/2020 at 3:41 AM, LiveShots said:

I think the languages are based on the region where the camera was sold. It might be worth contacting Sony to see if there is a way to bypass it.

Thanks. Sounds reasonable. I do so.

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