I used to own the A7sII and I remember when I would shoot in low light, the camera/viewfinder would expose up to see the image and grab focus on the subject and then when the shutter was pressed it would go back to the settings I had initially setup. I thought this was an awesome feature because I could see the image/composition before snapping the photo.
Is there a way to do this with the A7RIII?
Thanks for the help!
My A7R4 is used to shoot birds and wildlife. Typically is is set on "Animal" Continuous AF. But when I go to the menu that shows the focus settings and Tracking, the Tracking function is not operative and I cannot seem to make it operative. Menu 1.5. If I switch to the Subject Detection, Human, then the tracking function seems to be working. Is there some other setting that I need to set to enable Tracking with the Animal? And if not, why would this limitation be built into this fine camera? Finally, if there is no direct way to do this (Tracking Animal), is there a work around that will enable me to track birds and animals while shooting?
By Swarup Patra
I recently purchased a Sony A9 and took some pictures at a reasonably low ISO (640). I noticed some grainy-ness at 100% crop specifically in the background. Both pictures taken using a Sony 200-600 lens at 6.3 and 640 ISO. I would like to get some opinions what might be driving this:
1. This is typical
2. This is due to some settings I have that need to be changed that I'm not aware of
3. This is an issue with my particular camera
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