By Ally-07Hello all,
Is anyone familiar with the A390? I recently acquired one, and am wondering if the eyepiece sensors are working... When I set the 'live-view/OVF' switch to 'Live View', and then look into the OVF, I expected the camera to switch Live View off, and allow me to see the scene through the OVF instead. This is not happening; I have to manually switch to OVF every time I want to look through the OVF. Does this mean that the eyepiece sensors are not working - or am I missing something? I've read the relevant section of the Sony A390 Instruction Manual, but I'm still unsure.
By Iceman382Sony SLT-A65V
Camera worked fine one day and then it would not turn on.
The only thing it does is 3 red slow flashes followed by 6 red fast flashes, then repeats.
Makes no noises and nothing on LCD screen. Only flashing light sequence.
Normal nature shooting at temperature about 70 degrees. Normal to average humidity.
No error messages. No recent changes. No recent firmware updates.
Tried new batteries... still would not turn on. Only red light flashing.
I have tried all recommended ways to do a hard reset and nothing works.
Sony was no help either...try reset and send it in garbage.
Any ideas/help would be greatly appreciated.
I just got used A7riii and the touchscreen does not work. I have tried updating the firmware, resetting the camera multiple times, changing the setting that has to do with autofocus (yes I'm aware that you have to turn this function on, I've turned it on and off so many times already) I'm not sure what I'm missing. The touchscreen is just unresponsive. I've done everything short of sacrificing a goat. Has anyone else run into this issue before? The previous owner says that they never used the touchscreen so they were not aware of it. Please help me figure it out. It cost a lot of money.
By Mr Desk POPHi All!
My name is Josh and I'm a previous Canon owner. I used Canon cameras quite a bit (Canon T2i, 5D Mark II, 6D, 80D, 6D II, 5D Mark IV, and EOS R). I'm a hybrid shooter and I thought the camera to rule them all would have been the EOS R5, so I preordered. I read reviews, I watched test videos, I even watched Peter McKinnon to convince myself that this was it. This was the answer to all of my camerawomen woes (mainly 4:2:2 10 Bit and 4K 120p).
Then I thought about it, and thought about it, watched some more Peter McKinnon and thought about it. I came to the conclusion that overheating, recording limits, and overall Canon's response to what people were asking was enough for me to leave. I decided to switch to Sony.
But not just any Sony, I decided to preorder THE A7s III.
I sold old, outdated, new but never used gear on Craigslist. Not to mention all of my beautiful glass.
Now I'm here...
By the door.
Is it September 24th yet?