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thanks a lot Aspman, had the same problem, one day searching for a solution, and in few minutes it's done. only the location of the file was different i was on windows 8.1 (hope soon 10) here the locations of the file for each system https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom/kb/preference-file-locations-lightroom-41.html#main_File_locations_in_Windows_7_and_Vista_ ...


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Yes. The shutter is jamming, i.e. not opening/closing fully. It "probably" will need servicing. I had this happen recently on holiday, after I dropped it. The shutter went out of alignment, Which I could see with the lens removed. But with the help of a table knife, and gentle pushing, I was able to free it. It seems to be OK since, but TRY AT YOUR OWN ...


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will not focus an distant objects. Will an extension tube solve this problem? No, extension tubes allow focusing closer but at the same time prevent focusing to infinity. It shifts your focus range down. It sounds like your lens needs readjustment or repair. Start with a close inspection: any loose parts, rattling, buildup of grease? Does the ...


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Here is something to consider in the mix of responses. Had a DSLR add too much blue. It was as if I was using the old tungsten balance film in daylight. The white balance was set correctly and even happened to be on auto. The problem occurred in all shooting conditions and all modes, albeit normally only in manual. The camera was professionally ...


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It is unlikely, but check the menu for a factory reset, use that if you find it, ( although i highly doubt that the SX500 has it) might have to take it in for repair, but in that case they mightvsay it is BER ( Beyond EconomicalRepair) how old is the camera?


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This problem seems to be wide spread. There are some advises in internet. Here is one of them (which seems to resolve the problem) from here: I was having the same issue on a Rebel XS - 3 years old, had been working fine... Would not take photos on AF... just beeped, clicked etc... MF it would take photos no problem (though I was not actually ...


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You should see if the lightmeter in your camera is in the middle when you focus. Sometimes ignorance to a little reading of lightmeter makes a photo overexposed.


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I believe a lot of cheaper hypersonic montors (HSM) [or USM for Canon glass] don't have great quality control and can produce that kind of noise. Likewise, I've personally had a Canon USM lens that was vibrated too much in a case emit that kind of noise, too. Your best bet would be to send the Sigma back for warranty service (or take it into a shop) to get ...


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It seems several things are going on here at once. You seem new to using PDAF through the viewfinder of a DSLR. There is a learning curve involved. It is just as significant a learning curve as the one encountered when moving from a compact, small sensor camera that yields almost limitless depth of field to a larger sensor camera that means the depth of ...


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I don't think I'd jump right to "broken". The basic explanation is that live view and the viewfinder put you into different focus systems — the viewfinder uses phase detect, and live view contrast detect. In general, phase detect is much faster but may not be as precise. So, one possibility is that the phase detect system just need to be better calibrated. ...


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The AF (autofocus) system in your camera body is broken/damaged. Live view does not use the same AF system which is why you're seeing a difference. You will need to take it to a professional service centre for repair, it's not something you could do for yourself. Given that the problem started when you first attached the youngnou lens it's entirely ...


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If the lens is similar to the Sigma 18-250mm f/3.5-6.3 DC Macro OS HSM, it uses an ultrasonic (Hypersonic, in marketing parlance) motor for focusing. These motors can be smoother (less backlash or overshoot) than traditional electromagnet-based rotary motors, but apparently the "ultrasonic" ratcheting is not quite beyond your hearing range. This is nothing ...


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According to Nikon, the D5200 can sync up to 1/200 s., so the 1/60 shutter speed certainly should not be an issue. Check the following: What is the flash synchronization mode used in the photo? There are settings for Normal, Rear [curtain] etc. Try different modes to see if one is problematic. Does the flash fully extend? If there is something in the way, ...


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I have seen this with my Nikon, I cant speak for Canon though. I had my camera set up in remote commander mode, whereby the flash goes off in order to set off other speedlights, but (when set up as such) does not do a "main" flash itself. So check your flash settings.


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I have just had the exact same problem. My graphics driver for my Radeon HD 5800 Series gfx card got updated, noticed that the Acceleration option in Lightroom was activated, but didn't have a chance to check it out until today, and it keeps crashing. Long story short, though I haven't found an official support answer yet, a LOT of of my searching points at ...


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Probably your shutter speed is faster than the flash can work at, take your shutter down to 180/sec and try again


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Couple of other things to check: Are both of the YN-605Ns in the same 603/602 mode? Is the YN-568EX out of all slave modes? [slave modes tell the flash to only listen to the sensor panel and to ignore the foot--the radio triggers are on the foot]. Without the camera or flash, does using the test button on the transmitter 605N fire the receiver 605N? (check ...



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