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    A6000 randomly shuts down

    As per title really. Has anybody had similar issues? Happened after focusing and shutter release.

    Thanks Dave
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    not me ...never had this
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    No I have not had this happen to me ever. The only thing I think of is the battery or the batter connector contacts may have something on them? Not really sure, sorry...

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    Must be the UK voodooooo then. Ha Ha. Might try some different batteries.
    It happened last week using my transmitter for my flash, then with my new Sigma 150-500mm with the La-4ea or whatever the number is yesterday.
    Cheers anyway guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by saint dave View Post
    Must be the UK voodooooo then. Ha Ha. Might try some different batteries.
    It happened last week using my transmitter for my flash, then with my new Sigma 150-500mm with the La-4ea or whatever the number is yesterday.
    Cheers anyway guys.
    Dave
    Mine is going to Sony for repair sadly , hopefully something simple that won't happen again as i love the camera

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    Are you using Sony-brand batteries?

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    Hi SP. Yes it was a Sony battery.
    Keep fingers crossed Darren. I think I used my A6000 more on hols than my A7 mkii.
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    Quote Originally Posted by saint dave View Post
    Hi SP. Yes it was a Sony battery.
    Keep fingers crossed Darren. I think I used my A6000 more on hols than my A7 mkii.
    Really ? Just always going to be in the back of my mind now i'm afraid . Lets hope we both get sorted

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