RX100 I panoramic problem.

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simonhesays
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RX100 I panoramic problem.
6 months ago

When panning I keep getting a message that I'm either panning to slow or too fast and that it can't write the picture to the card. Anyone have this issue? This is unlike previous Sonys I've had. And of course it starts acting up while I'm on vacation.

simonhesays
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In reply to simonhesays, 6 months ago

Tried removing card and battery with no results. Tried playing with different focus and same thing.

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Wilhelm
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In reply to simonhesays, 6 months ago

I have the same difficulty with both Mk1 and Mk2, and Rx10.

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Bill Borne
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In reply to simonhesays, 6 months ago

simonhesays wrote:

When panning I keep getting a message that I'm either panning to slow or too fast and that it can't write the picture to the card. Anyone have this issue? This is unlike previous Sonys I've had. And of course it starts acting up while I'm on vacation.

Try panning faster than you think you should.....

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simonhesays
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In reply to Bill Borne, 6 months ago

Bill,

When I go faster it tells me I'm going too fast. When I go slower it says tells me to go faster.

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In reply to simonhesays, 6 months ago

Pan at a speed somewhere in between the ones you've been trying. Really. It works, you just need to spend a little time practicing with it to get it right. A medium slow steady speed seems to work best for me. Although I find it fairly forgiving of how I pan around - you must be really extreme in the speeds you're trying.

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