Sony A6000 Settings for Adapted Lenses


THIS IS NOT MY TUTORIAL, I AM JUST POSTING THIS TO HELP OTHERS WHO HAVE THIS PRODUCT. PLEASE VISIT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nV9Kd8mm-1U

Check out this quick video tutorial of how to set up your Sony A6000 camera settings to work with adapted lenses. So you’ve got a Sony A6000 camera, you’ve got a vintage lens, you’ve even got the right adapter, you’ve got everything you need to shoot your masterpiece right…well almost. You still need to set your camera settings to work with these old adapted lenses. In this quick video we’ll look at how to set your camera to work without a lens, turn on manual focus assist, set the focus magnification time, set your focus peaking level and color, and assign the focus magnification to a custom button. that will have you using your adapted gear in no time:)

Written Instructions:
Power on A6000 . Press Menu Button . Gear Icon

Setting 1:
Gear icon
Page #3
Release w/o Lens
Enable

Setting 2:
Gear icon
Page #1
MF Assist
On

Setting 3:
Gear icon
Page #1
Focus Magnif. Time
No Limit

Setting 4:
Gear icon
Page #2
Peaking Level
High

Setting 5:
Gear icon
Page #2
Peaking Color
Red

Setting 6:
Gear icon
Page #6
Custom Key Settings
Custom Button 1
Focus Magnifier

Adapting vintage lenses can be an excellent way to acquire quality glass at a bargain price.

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