SONY ALPHA DSLR USING MINOLTA LENSES PART 1

SONY ALPHA DSLR USING MINOLTA LENSES PART 1

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  1. Very well explained, great slides as demo.  This is answering a lot of questions I had about my Sony A 330;  your efforts are much appreciated

  2. Except a Leica f .095 ! lol

  3. My old Rokkor 58mm f1.4 blows away everything.

  4. You could've consolidated this video into about half the time. Nonetheless, good information.

  5. But uhh to uuhh achieve uhhh a uhhh image quality uhhh, sony alfa uhhh isn't uhhh really compatible uhhh the uhhh Minolta mc uhhh or md uhhh lenses uhhh…

  6. @illskillz05 go to settings on the menu, then on shutter lock turn off and on to "off no lens".

  7. i have an old minolta lens i got with my stsi maxxum. although the lens does not work with my sony a350. when i attach the lens it says shutter is locked. any idea why it does not work? is there any settings i need to change for it to be compatible.

  8. @lozagon

    Hi… This is only when yopu are using sony automatic flashes… This means that you shift to TTL mode fore metering with the flash instead of ADI mode. ADI mode stands for automatic distance integration and instead of the lens metering on the light it reads it sets itself for a distance read by the lens. Understand?

    Best,

    Joe

  9. what did you mean by "all you have to do is shift to "TTL" when you were talking about automatic distance integration? Thanks great info.

  10. Ok, this first part offered me a good intro to the subject. I'm just about to buy an a450 and I'm already looking for better lenses (becauses as far as I can see, the kit lens is somewhat soft). So this gave a good starting point.
    Also, the explanation was clear, well-structure

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