Unfortunately no but have to say I am strangely enjoying the slightly smaller and lighter A7
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Thanks for posting this. I'm having identical issue with my a7ii after roughly two months of light use (< 5k shots). I've had cheaper DSLRs that haven't had issues after 5-10 years of use so I'm a little frustrated.
Finally picked up my new A7II yesterday. Took 2 months to get it all sorted but at least I have a new camera with warranty as from yesterday. My dealer has been very good but Sony were a little slow to say the least but they had wanted to give me a camera from the latest batch
Great! Hope this one will work fine for you without sprains and hiccups.
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Reviving this old post. I'm having the same issue and this was the only post on the web i found reporting this problem with an a7II.
I tried everything to resolve this problem but had no success. I even tried the camera with no lens attached and with “Release without Lens” enabled. I also tried multiple SD cards, initializing the camera, and reflashing the firmware- all to no avail.
I contacted Sony and will be sending the camera to them for repair. They didn't give me any trouble at all. Will follow-up as this progresses
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Had same problem here. I didn't have it happen till 5 days in and after(though not immediately) after using my Fotodiox M adapter. Wondering if there is or will be a recall for certain serials on this. FWIW - the switching on and off quick trick does work and IBIS does register as off, but mine then goes on from what I can tell. But this is not a "solution" during a shoot.