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I am loosing my skull here. I reset my SONYDSLTA77 and still have shutter and auto focus noise when I hit record. What is the fix?????? Why put a camera on the market with HD recording when it ruins anything you record with internal gadgetries> Please help! Cheers

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I see the Bot reply ad that when I clicked it took me to Amazon shopping site. LOL. I have never nor ever will buy anything online. So my original question I hope can be answered by a Pro on this Forum. Cheers!

 

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