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i have 3 yr warranty on my sony a7r II but never bothered with the older one as its just a backup. only reason i wanted to update is because it said faster turn on time which is what i really want. https:// My latest FW update took 20 hours to finalize.

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which shouldn't be necessary at all, but "insurance". I thought I lost an a6000 but it came back to life. Try leaving it for a day doing its thing and then see.

This happened to me once with my A7R using my Mac Book. Also probably too late now but Firmware 3.2 seems from posts to be a major step backwards so I wouldn't update it unless you were using GM lenses.

now a 3rd time while updating to 3.20, this time it was a bit different, the red light remaining and the updater never completed.

I let it sit for nearly 2 hours with no progress at all, nothing.

if firmware causes bricking why can't it be a free repair?? i can't tell ya how many times i've missed shots because of this. rogerjosem wrote: Don´t send it (yet) to any repair. https:// Just leave the camera do its thing internally, and put fresh batteries when they drain.

ninjapimp wrote: So today I noticedc there was a firmware update for my sony A7R bringing it to 3.20 I hesistated at first considering I've bricked my sony a7r twice, once was on the very first update they offered and than another a year later.i have 3 yr warranty on my sony a7r II but never bothered with the older one as its just a backup. only reason i wanted to update is because it said faster turn on time which is what i really want.i'm kicking myself....i was going to burning man with it and i leave monday so i have no time to mail it for repairs plus it really hurts i have to spend 0 to repair something thats prob not worth over

ninjapimp wrote: So today I noticedc there was a firmware update for my sony A7R bringing it to 3.20 I hesistated at first considering I've bricked my sony a7r twice, once was on the very first update they offered and than another a year later.i have 3 yr warranty on my sony a7r II but never bothered with the older one as its just a backup. only reason i wanted to update is because it said faster turn on time which is what i really want.i'm kicking myself....i was going to burning man with it and i leave monday so i have no time to mail it for repairs plus it really hurts i have to spend $450 to repair something thats prob not worth over $1k anymore and wont get it back in time before I need to depart. mine is super slow to turn on, takes 3 to 5s before i can take a picture.if firmware causes bricking why can't it be a free repair?? i can't tell ya how many times i've missed shots because of this. If not, the database rebuilding, which happens after restart (when the red light is on) slows the process down non-linear. Not sure why Sony hasn't fixed this, my understanding is that the camera is doing an SDcard reformat while preserving the image database. in both cases the camera was left with a red led light and camera was useless.Just curious, how many images where on your SDcard? A small set can increase a typical 15min or so into an hour. first time, camera was under warranty so i sent it and 2 weeks later go it back in working order, no big deal.if firmware causes bricking why can't it be a free repair?? i can't tell ya how many times i've missed shots because of this. There is a program from Sony you can run that will restart the update. ninjapimp wrote: So today I noticedc there was a firmware update for my sony A7R bringing it to 3.20 I hesistated at first considering I've bricked my sony a7r twice, once was on the very first update they offered and than another a year later.

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ninjapimp wrote: So today I noticedc there was a firmware update for my sony A7R bringing it to 3.20 I hesistated at first considering I've bricked my sony a7r twice, once was on the very first update they offered and than another a year later.

i have 3 yr warranty on my sony a7r II but never bothered with the older one as its just a backup. only reason i wanted to update is because it said faster turn on time which is what i really want.

i'm kicking myself....i was going to burning man with it and i leave monday so i have no time to mail it for repairs plus it really hurts i have to spend $450 to repair something thats prob not worth over $1k anymore and wont get it back in time before I need to depart. mine is super slow to turn on, takes 3 to 5s before i can take a picture.

if firmware causes bricking why can't it be a free repair?? i can't tell ya how many times i've missed shots because of this. If not, the database rebuilding, which happens after restart (when the red light is on) slows the process down non-linear. Not sure why Sony hasn't fixed this, my understanding is that the camera is doing an SDcard reformat while preserving the image database. in both cases the camera was left with a red led light and camera was useless.

Just curious, how many images where on your SDcard? A small set can increase a typical 15min or so into an hour. first time, camera was under warranty so i sent it and 2 weeks later go it back in working order, no big deal.

if firmware causes bricking why can't it be a free repair?? i can't tell ya how many times i've missed shots because of this. There is a program from Sony you can run that will restart the update. ninjapimp wrote: So today I noticedc there was a firmware update for my sony A7R bringing it to 3.20 I hesistated at first considering I've bricked my sony a7r twice, once was on the very first update they offered and than another a year later.

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ninjapimp wrote: So today I noticedc there was a firmware update for my sony A7R bringing it to 3.20 I hesistated at first considering I've bricked my sony a7r twice, once was on the very first update they offered and than another a year later.

i have 3 yr warranty on my sony a7r II but never bothered with the older one as its just a backup. only reason i wanted to update is because it said faster turn on time which is what i really want.

i'm kicking myself....i was going to burning man with it and i leave monday so i have no time to mail it for repairs plus it really hurts i have to spend $450 to repair something thats prob not worth over $1k anymore and wont get it back in time before I need to depart. mine is super slow to turn on, takes 3 to 5s before i can take a picture.

if firmware causes bricking why can't it be a free repair?? i can't tell ya how many times i've missed shots because of this. If not, the database rebuilding, which happens after restart (when the red light is on) slows the process down non-linear. Not sure why Sony hasn't fixed this, my understanding is that the camera is doing an SDcard reformat while preserving the image database. in both cases the camera was left with a red led light and camera was useless.

k anymore and wont get it back in time before I need to depart. mine is super slow to turn on, takes 3 to 5s before i can take a picture.if firmware causes bricking why can't it be a free repair?? i can't tell ya how many times i've missed shots because of this. If not, the database rebuilding, which happens after restart (when the red light is on) slows the process down non-linear. Not sure why Sony hasn't fixed this, my understanding is that the camera is doing an SDcard reformat while preserving the image database. in both cases the camera was left with a red led light and camera was useless.Just curious, how many images where on your SDcard? A small set can increase a typical 15min or so into an hour. first time, camera was under warranty so i sent it and 2 weeks later go it back in working order, no big deal.if firmware causes bricking why can't it be a free repair?? i can't tell ya how many times i've missed shots because of this. There is a program from Sony you can run that will restart the update. ninjapimp wrote: So today I noticedc there was a firmware update for my sony A7R bringing it to 3.20 I hesistated at first considering I've bricked my sony a7r twice, once was on the very first update they offered and than another a year later.

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