This is a weird one. I was at a jazz festival at the weekend, taking about 150 or so photos using my trusty old Canon FD 50mm, all in RAW format. I don't normally 'chimp', so never checked any of the photos at the time. At home I attempted to transfer the photos from the camera to my PC via USB and found just five photos. These were all taken immediately before I left the festival, after a quick trip to the loo... So, why just the last five photos? Where were all the other photos I took? I checked the card (a SanDisk Ultra HCI 32GB) using some file recovery software, after a long scan it found plenty of old deleted photos, some dating back years, but none of the mysteriously absent ones. I put this down to a glitch and used an identical replacement card for photos the next day. On arrival at the second day of the festival, now using my seldom used SEL55210, I switched on and the camera wasn't recognising the lens properly. I had to do a full reset, which resolved the problem. I had no further problems, all photos taken were still there afterwards. The latter I can dismiss as an annoying little glitch, but a complete failure to store photos seems very odd to me, bearing in mind they never appeared to be written to the card. Anyone else ever experienced similar? Is it a sign that my NEX-6 is on its way out? By the way, the camera was not subjected to any physical shock at any time.