Hey! I just recently bought the Fotodiox mount adapter from Nikkor F-Mount to E- mount, so I can use my two Rokinon lenses on my a7 camera.
I have the Rokinon 16mm t2.2 full frame and Rokinon 85mm t1.5 full frame. I tried the adapter with my 16mm and it worked just fine both APS-C OFF and ON. But the 85mm doesn't work when I switch between APS-C OFF and ON and it stays in ON , so I can't use the whole full frame and it sticks with the crop APS-C. I've just tried these settings in the a7 Menu since I can't find anywhere else an option to work this out.
Hi! This is my first post.
I just bought a Sony a6300 and i have a problem while recording 4k video. I'm using a Sony 55-210mm lenses.
When i select 4K Video and the options: 24p 100M (super 35mm) and 24p 60M (super 35mm) some black bars (stripes) appears on the video. (i'll attach stills).
This is "resolved" by making higher the ISO around 6400-20,000, but then at 25,600 the black bars appears again (and stronger).
I don't know if there is something with my configuration (i haven't changed a lot of things since i bought it, almost everything is on default), or if it is another kind of problem.
I used also the 16-50 kit lenses and the stripes appear too.
Thanks for your help!
*The one with the BEAR is 24p 60M, the one with the purple curtains is 24p 100M.
Please help! I've been shooting with my camera for about 2 years now. Suddenly all the images I take look fine on the camera, but once I load them into lightroom (same workflow as always) they are about 4-6 stops darker than usual (I have to put shadow to 100 just to look normal).
Common troubleshooting answers below: these are the settings I have always, and am currently still using (I can't figure out anything I'm doing differently that could have caused this to start happening):
* Shooting in RAW
* Shooting on A (aperture priority)
* Convert to DNG in Lightroom (I know this is debated, I'm not looking to get into it. This has always worked for me)
* No my dial (raise/lower stops in increments) knob is not lowered by accident (though I've done that in the past many times)
Things of note:
* I DID mess with my picture profile settings in video mode, but I did put them back to what they originally were, and this SHOULDN'T effect images shot in RAW... right?
* When I shoot VIDEO, the images on the camera look the same on the computer. Then if I switch over to pictures, it looks find on camera and looks MAJORLY dark once I offload them to the computer (literally have to put my SHADOWS to 100 to get it to look any good)
* This exact thing happened to me about a year ago, and I ended up completely resetting all camera settings and it fixed the issue.... this time I would like to figure out what is happening to fix it properly instead of just reset everything