Warning: A3000 emits a fake shutter sound that can't be disabled

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Re: Warning: A3000 emits a fake shutter sound that can't be disabled
In reply to Ragnarock, 11 months ago

Ragnarock wrote:

Vlad4D wrote:

It seems they forgot to add shutter sound in video mode

Could it be it is not fake but real shutter sound?

The 5n I believe does have a real shutter. As far as I know some of them have a real shutter and some of them it's just a sound. But I don't know more than that.

So far as I know all the NEX cameras have mechanical shutters to end the exposure. No doubt this also applies to the A3000.

The Nikon V1, Panasonic GH2 (lower resolution I heard), G5, GH3, the new GX7 all have silent shutters. However the Panasonic models generate artifacts when you photograph moving things with the electronic shutter.

My understand is that this is why the NEX cameras have mechanical shutters.

So does the A3000 give a double shutter noise - a fake one at the beginning and a real one at the end of the exposure?

The 5N makes a noise (from the mechanical shutter) only at the end of the exposure.

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