One possibility is that the card is defective. Other possibility is that the card reader in the camera is defective.
If you put a known good card into the A6000, does the problem go away?
Per my post, I switched cards with my A7 (known good card) and no problem.
Tried imports into Mac Photos and Capture One - no problem.
Moved the files from SD to my Hard Disk and imported in LR catalogue from there - no problem.
Forgot to mention : when LR freezes, even after clicking to cancel the import, LR stays frozen. I actually have to shut down and restart LR.
I'm leaning to the theory of an import bug in LR.
- This doesn't seem to be a problem with the card or the files (other programs and the Mac are reading the card no problem, and the files (RAW & JPEG) are not corrupted or defective in any way). LR can read and use the files from HD.
- Known import bugs with LR 6.6. I only updated from 6.6 to 6.6.1after reading about import problems with 6.6, and 6.6.1 (supposedly) bringing fixes for the bug.
What operating system are you using?
Have to tried using a stand alone card reader instead of connect the camera directly to the computer?
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This suggests either the camera is having a problem reading the photos from the camera card, or the connection to the camera (cable, USB port) is defective.
Sorry - should have been more precise.
I have a MacBook Pro running lastest OS-X.
I am removing the SD card from the camera and plugging it into the SD card slot in the MBP.
I will try connecting the camera via the cable and see how that goes.
Also try a separate card reader.