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Don't. All those youtubers you've been watching are either directly or indirectly sponsored by Sony. Don't buy into the hype. If you were to buy a new system, you could just go Sony. But switching "just because", makes absolutely no sense. Don't buy into the hype of pixel peepers (Tony Northrup being a big offender here). The guy had a video about how "...


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Being a Sony shooter, I urge you not to listen into hype. And the Sony is a hyped system. As with every tool, the Sony cams have their strong points as well as their weaknesses. You could use your Canon glass on a Sigma MC-11 Adapter. But the results will vary. Some lenses work well, some don't. If you really consider the step, I would propose to rent a ...


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No. While the X1R-C and XPro-S are compatible in terms of firing and M power control, the Godox X1R receivers do not perform cross-brand TTL in the way the built-in radio transceivers in the Godox TTL full-sized speedlights (TT685, V860II, V1) do. If, say, you were to purchase a Godox TT685-C and checked its firmware version was v3.1 or later, you could ...


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The error E:62:10 is "lens error". Most likely the lens has lost its alignment with the sensor, maybe because it is bent or twisted a tiny bit out of shape. This can cause the lines you see, as the camera is trying to compensate for an expected image from the lens, but the actual image is skewed.


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... is it worth spending $$$ to get new Sony gear or stick with canon gear and upgrade newer canon versions. That is something you will have to decide for yourself. Since you have a "wide range of Canon lenses", you'll likely encounter a "wide range" of issues if you attempt to adapt them to a non-Canon system, especially if any of your lenses are older ...


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The most likely cause is an alignment issue that results in the lens' optical axis not being perpendicular to the camera's sensor. I'd place money that the adapter is not sitting perfectly flat with either the camera's flange, the lens' flange, or both.


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It is a processing/software artifact and the same as what is encountered when tone mapping HDR images... that's basically what you are doing; re-mapping the tones, only w/in a single image. Also check other contrast type settings; sharpening, clarity, etc. Those types of settings try to preserve/increase the perception of details by adding localized ...


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The change when you zoom in is just a moiré effect between the lines in your picture and the pixels of your screen (and the scaling which is applied by your image viewer). The question is why you have these "scan lines". My hypothesis that your sensor (or some electronics downstream) is failing, so every other line is slightly darker than it should. The ...


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According to Sony, their Imaging Edge Mobile app replaces Sony Play Memories: The Imaging Edge™ Mobile app is the successor to the PlayMemories Mobile™ app. All the features from the previous app can be used in Imaging Edge Mobile. However, this seems to also be a cloud-based solution, at least in part. Images transferred through Imaging Edge can be up ...


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