Sony SLT-A37

Announced May 17, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 2.6 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hey guys ,looking at 50's at the moment and thought i'd check in with the professionals. I'm using an A7 naturally and interested in another 50mm,i already own a meyer optik gorlitz oreston,an olympus zuiko auto s and a helios 48m, now i got my toes wet with a minolta 50.1.7 af with my sony a37 and really like it, how different is the rokkor in quality and what are are characteristics of the rollei. And finally if a choice between the two which would you get and why ..thanks..first post btw.
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I am considering buying the A6000 as an upgrade to my Nex6, and have a couple of questions:1. Does it allow for manual setting of flash? I frequently use a studio light system, and some cameras - like all Nikons - can set the flash manually to for eksample 1/32 of its value. Typically you can set your flash to ADI, TTL or Manual. In Manual you can set 1, 1/2, 1/4 and so on. I can not find this option on my nex6. In the A camera range you have to have the a68 or above to get this function.If...
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I have a studio flash system that can be triggered with a flash. Some cameras can set the flash manually. Every Nikon slr I have tried from the cheap old D40 can do this, Some Canons like the Canon 60D, but not the beginner ones, and my old Minolta 7Hi can also set the flash manually. I then typically set the flash to 1/32 or 1/64 or 1/124 so that it would trigger the studio flashes without lighting up the person. In the menu of these cameras you will find three options for flash: ADI, TTL...
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I need Sony a57 remote port but I can't find anywhere. Some A Mount camera's remote port looks like A57's port. Can I use other port for A57 for changing?I mean port about photo in linkhttp://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/AA77/ZURPORTS-S.JPG
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Hi, I have a Sony Alpha SLT-A37. My father-in-law was surprised me with a "Nissin i40 flash for Sony", but it doesn't seem to fit. Is this correct? I couldn't find any info on the various flash shoe types. Can this be salvaged with e.g. an adapter or do I need to replace it with something else?Regards, Dwight.
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Hi there,I have one question,I love Sony slt series, I had a37 and a55 but I wasn't satisfied with camera efficiency so I ordered Sony a57 18-55mm kit in grade A condition from CEX shop, so I was wondering which prime lens should I get for portrait photography.Please help me outMy choices are1.Sony 50mm f1.82.Sony 30mm f2.83.sigma 50mm f1.4 ( that is expensive)Any suggestion would be welcomedFazal
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Hello Sony owners, First time poster, trying to search the forums but with no luck or I don't understand fully.  I have the Sony A37 for a few yrs now (Previously a200) and the a37 comes with the Hot Shoe for the flash. I picked up a Metz 44-AF1 from amazon and it comes with the Sony Multi Interface shoe. Is there an adapter to match these two that I can mount onto the camera? On ebay, I believe I've seen adapters that do the reverse (MI shoe to Hot shoe) but I need Hot shoe to MI shoe. Is...
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I can't find a way to change the front control wheel in the manual mode to control apeture without pushing the exposure control button at the same time. I'd like to switch the shutter and apeture function if possible. Thanks for any help. Nick
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Hi everyone, I recently upgraded to an A77 II (a big step-up from my A37!!).  I have a DT18250 which works fine on my A37, but on the A77II the manual focus is quite stiff.  There appears to be no problem with AF on this lens, and all my other lenses work ok both MF and AF on both cameras.  I am at a loss to understand this behaviour and wonder if anyone has experienced something similar?
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At my local camera club last night, someone mentioned that you should disable the anti-vibration system on the camera when mounted on a tripod, because the tiny vibrations on the tripod can cause a positive feedback loop so causing the image to blur. My question is whether this is a performance unique to in-lens anti-vibration systems such as found on Nikon and Canon cameras, or will equally apply to Sony type in-camera systems? Is either system more or less affected by it. I suppose the real...
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