(not sure if this is the correct subforum for this post, but there are so many and yet none seemed to fit, move this thread if need be) My Sony Alpha 300 has an issue. I'm quite sure it is hardware related, since I set back all my settings to the factory default. whenever I look trough my objective I see the frame of my picture. When I've shot this frame and I look at the actual photograph I took it differs from the frame I saw through my objective, before and while taking the photograph. It differs because the bottom is 'sliced' off a little bit and is added at the top. Of course not literally, it didn't move the pixels that are supposed to be on the bottom to the top, but the frame has been moved 'upwards' as if I was aiming xx cm/m higher then I had displayed trough my objective. My Sony Alpha 300 makes a 'rattling' sound whenever I turn it on. This has occurred during my last holiday. Might this be the problem causing the frame issue? I reckon I'll bring my body and objective to a photoshop retailer tomorrow.