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- Getting started with an α (Alpha) cameraProviding the support you need for your Sony α Camera 01 - Basic Knowledge Improve your shooting techniques by learning the basics of camera like ISO, Aperture, Shutter Speed, etc. 02 - Shooting Tips Step by step
- Can the camera do time-lapse photography?To do time-lapse photography, a intervalometer (aka timer remote) is required. You can do time-lapse by connecting a wired intervalometer to the wired remote control jack on the camera. Intervalometers can be purchased
- What is the Capture One Express (for Sony) software and how to get it?The Capture One Express™ (for Sony) software is one of the world's best RAW converters, rendering precise colors and incredible detail. It contains flexible digital asset management, all the essential adjustment
- I copied an AVCHD format movie to my computer but I cannot play itTo play AVCHD content on your computer, install a compatible playback software package. PlayMemories Home® software will play AVCHD content.
- Can the camera be controlled using a wireless remote control?The camera can be controlled using the optional RMT-DSLR1 wireless remote control. NOTE: Check the Web sites listed below for availability. Sony® Parts and Accessories Sales. Sony Store.
- There are thick, black bars at the top and bottom of pictures when viewing on the LCD screen.This means that the Aspect ratio setting in the camera menu is set to the 16:9 mode. This setting is good for creating photos with a wide-screen look for displaying on an HDTV. Change the Aspect ratio setting to
- What is the compressed RAW (cRAW) format and what is its advantage?The compressed RAW (cRAW) format has been developed using Sony's unique compression technology. This format compresses RAW files to 60-70% of the original size, while maintaining the fine, detailed information and
- What are the different Speed Class ratings for SD, SDHC, and SDXC memory cards?The following are Speed Class ratings for SD, SDHC and SDXC memory cards: Class 2: Recommended for Standard Definition video recording Class 4: Recommended for High Definition video recording Class 6: Recommended
- AVCHD video is not recognized or cannot be transferred to a Macintosh computer.Macintosh® computers do not support AVCHD video recorded in 60p (1080 and 720). If you want to easily transfer video to a Mac, we recommend changing the recording format on the camera. Depending on the camera, you