09-21-2018 09:56 PM
09-21-2018 10:41 PM
09-22-2018 07:16 AM
I tried every basic troubleshoots, this has been happening for a week now. I formatted the card like always and clear the settings multiple times. Even taking out the battery, SD card and lens then reinserting it again. Sometimes it works often it doesn't. Sigh
I suggest a new memory card. Be sure to only use a full size card, not a microSD card with an adapter. Use the camera to perform a low level format on the card before you use it, too.
You can also try shutting off High ISO Noise Reduction, Lighting Optimizer, Lens Correction, etc. Shoot as RAW, too.
09-22-2018 12:44 PM
Thank you for your reply. I did try some of them but I will try again.
What exactly does that mean? Did you try to reformat the cards in the camera? How much available light do you have? Are shooting with a flash? Indoors or outdoors?
Help someone to help you. Describe what you are doing so that someone else can try to reproduce the issue.
What brand, size, and type of card are you using? Many cards are “too much card” for the camera, and cause degraded performance. Try resetting the camera
Try to shoot as RAW files. Shooting JPEG can require more image processing by the CPU, Try to disable all of the in camera image processing, too.. You may have to use P shooting mode in order to do this.
09-23-2018 10:51 PM
09-27-2018 04:22 AM
I was wondering what speed your SD card is. I don't use any card that is not a C10, they're just too slow.
09-27-2018 03:44 PM
09-28-2018 06:02 AM
I don't know much on what to look for on a SD cards
all i know is: should be class 10, atleast 90mb (that's what the other people said) and 32gb atleast is better.
I just recently knew about reformating the new SD card before using, which is sadly I haven't done when I bought a new one.
noob question. why do you need to do that thoough?