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    Posted: 14 May 2019 at 10:34
I get 3 files in one click
It's some kind of setting, but I don't know what setting...
There is some differences between the files, but I can't really tell what the difference is.
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Looks like some kind of bracketing, it's usually in the drive mode that you set that. On most cameras you get there by pressing the left quarter of the rear control wheel, but since I don't have an A99ii I don't know if it is the same there.
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Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:

Looks like some kind of bracketing, it's usually in the drive mode that you set that. On most cameras you get there by pressing the left quarter of the rear control wheel, but since I don't have an A99ii I don't know if it is the same there.

Just one click, and I get 3 files.
It looks like bracketing, but in one click...
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Is there not a DRO bracket fn on that camera?
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One click and 3 files, look into WB bracketing!
Wife somehow got her little A37 set to that and it took me a fair while to figure out what was going on!
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Originally posted by ggerbenn ggerbenn wrote:

Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:

Looks like some kind of bracketing, it's usually in the drive mode that you set that. On most cameras you get there by pressing the left quarter of the rear control wheel, but since I don't have an A99ii I don't know if it is the same there.

Just one click, and I get 3 files.
It looks like bracketing, but in one click...
That's for instance how WB and DRO bracketing work.

Is your drive mode set to "single shot"?
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Post Options Post Options   Quote ggerbenn Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 May 2019 at 21:14
Yep, found it in exif-data: DRO bracketing.
Useless when shooting raw...
Selected by mistake.

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