I got my Sony Alpha 7RII a couple months ago and all was going perfect until this "famous" camera error appeared randomly while i was shooting around.
The "Camera Error, Turn off camera then on".
I tried to turn it down and give it a small hit and it got fixed, but couple days after that it appeared again, and there's no way for me to fix it again.
My camera is still in warranty, but i've seen a lot of people complaining about this problem and most of them still had this problem when the camera was already "fixed" by Sony.
Is it worth to try to fix it by warranty (like my piece is wrong and they can put me a right one), or is it just a Sony problem and this will hit me up again in 2-3-8 months?
I am new to Sony cameras and have an A6500 plus an MC-11 adapter.
Generally what is the best focus set up for this combination.
Jason Lanier seems to be able to get face detect with the A6500, MC-11 and a Canon 85mm lens (I don't know if it is the f/1.2L or the f/1.8).
I have a Canon 85mm f/1.8 lens and would like to use it with the MC-11 on my A6500 especially for portraits.
Dear Forum Members,
I'm trying to decide between the Batis 135 2.8 and the Sigma 135 1.8 (used with an A7RII). Has anyone had any experience with the Eye AF performance with the Sigma 135 (the new, native e-mount version)?
I have always used Cannon products but recently got into a videographer position in my career and have heard that Sony was great for videos! I purchased a Sony A7RII and currently edit on a Macbook Pro using Premiere Pro CC. When I take the video and play it back on the camera, it looks great! However, whenever I upload to my computer most of my shots have the "double vision" look to them especially since I film a lot to do with sports. I was wondering if there was a way to fix this?