No matter your camera brand of choice, there are always some details that will still bug you. Max Yuryev loves his Sony cameras for work, but he’s got a bone to pick with these five video-related issues.
Yuryev is a photography educator and wedding videographer who depends on his Sony cameras. All that time and experience behind these cameras has brought a few lesser discussed annoyances to the surface, and he shares them with us here. In the video above, Yuryev gets into issues of video playback, lack of a one-time focus AF-S mode in video, soft LCD image quality for manual focusing, external monitor woes, and the pesky filename reset for new SD cards.
Some of these problems that are addressed by Yuryev are sadly things I’ve noticed, but I’ve just been conditioned into accepting. For instance, not seeing the full frame when cycling through video in playback mode was just how it was, rather than me realizing it doesn’t have to be like this. It’s a great job by Yuryev to really break down his workflow and surface these issues that many of us may have just taken as is.
[via Max Yuryev]