By Arnab Ghosh
I have sony a6400, and i want absolutely steller quality from my prime lense ( will use for portrait , street portrait category ) the options i can see is
1. Sigma 56mm f1.4 for apsc
2. Sigma art 50mm f1.4 for FE
I might upgrade to full frame may be in next 4-5 years, not immediately, will sigma art 50mm f.14 will provide better image on a apsc body than 56mm ? In both photo and video ?
As the 50 art costs 2X than the 56mm, i am a bit confused.. but it that will provide that better image / video quality i am ok to pay the difference.
If anyone has used sigma 50mm art on APsc for photo and video please let me know.
By Maximum Aperture
Newbie question here... I have an a6400, and I just bought a Fotga DP500IIS A70TL 7” touchscreen field monitor, and I am also thinking of getting a Samsung T5 500GB SSD (as I see a lot of video people using these to record to) and I am just curious as to how you would set that up? I believe the Samsung T5 is USB-C, how do you connect and record to it?
I Am new to using Sony A6400 and also got Courtenay Computaflash 1000c Speedlight/Flash, But does not have the Sync Cable. The flash does work when pressed on test. So please help me how to solve this problem and how to connect it to the Sony A6400.
I'm trying to set up my Sony a6300 as webcam using the Sony Remote software to my Mac Book Pro.
For some reason it's recognising the camera but not connecting. It seems to be stuck in the 'Connecting... USB' cycle even when I've left it for several hours.
I'm using the USB setting PC Connect on the camera
I'm using the Sony USB to B cable supplied with camera.
So far I've tried the following;
1. Using another USB to B cable (although it is recognising the camera, just not connecting - see screenshots)
2. Reset camera to factory settings
3. Uninstalled and re-installed the Sony Image Edge software
4. Several restarts of the Mac and Camera
Fair to say I'm stumped!!!
Anyone else have any ideas?
Thank you :-)
Fascinated by photography for over 40 years. After a cleanout of the "museum" of cameras and leaving the darkroom behind, settled on the a6400 as the one to rule them all. Have since added the sel18-135, Sigma DC DN 16, Sigma DC DN 30, and Zeiss Touit 50f2.8
Astounded by the image quality off the body and primes, even though expectations were high. Even the zoomer is not a complete slouch.
I take pictures for myself. I don't need the endorsement of the twitterverse or whatever, but am always up for learning how to use kit better.
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