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Epoca Libera

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  1. About firmware update ILCE6300 V1.10 : updates that are not described in the release note and probably Sony does not like to speak about: What I describe here affects the camera when used together with a: Auto-Focus Mount Adapter EF-NEX for Canon EF lenses to Sony NEX Mount and/or b: speedbooster (in green mode). 1.Camera set at : Movie mode and setting: movie/hfr>aperture priority Supposing you have a lens with f=2,8 on the adapter. a. Firmware v1.00 (previous): While you turn the dial knob to set the aperture (e.g. at desired f=11) you read the desired
  2. This would mean that the first issue is because of the adapter. So with Sony lenses aperture changes automatically during movie capturing and auto exposure mode. Please inform me if you have a notification saying 'Running on NTSC" that appears each and every time the camera is starting up.
  3. Hi Andrew, it is just the third day that I own an a6300 and I have a couple of questions: Please mind that a. I have the PAL version of a6300 and yes there should be two versions (PAL and NTSC), because when I turn the camera to NTSC mode, every time it boots, an annoying notification appears: 'You are running on NTSC". A similar notification will not appear during boot, if the camera runs on PAL mode. b. I do not have any Sony lens and I use the a6300 with canon lenses via an automatic adaptor (that I had been using with a nex camera): this adaptor works well, aperture, au
  4. Hi everybody, my first comment on this forum, very nice to meet you. I like Andrew's review for EOS M3, and I find it to the point and I find very useful the videos "Japanese Garden" and the "Studio Test Scene". Well I am from the first who bought EOS M3 body from Amazon Japan at under $500 with free EVF included. I already have a Nikon D800 and when I compared it with EOS M3 in movie mode side by side, I was impressed to see that the EOS M3 video is much more clear and full of details than this of D800. After I liked the freedom that M3 gives me: small size, tilting screen, standard external
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