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By default the AE/AF Lock only holds while you hold down the AE/AF Lock button on the back of the camera. If you've changed the configuration so that this button locks the AE/AF, you can unlock it either by pressing the button again or by turning the camera off and on again.
You may sometimes see this. It is normal, when it does occur. I believe this has something to do with the fact that the F505V relies upon a diamond-shaped shutter/aperture design rather than having more leaves. This leads to other interesting effects with diamond-shaped lens flares, etc.
Not ideal, but nothing to worry about, really. It won't detract from the beauty and sharpness of your images.
If you're talking about digitalkamera.de info, I believe it's incorrect. SONY japan's web page states 1300 shots and 1 hour life for the battery and it still uses the same battery from 505k, NP-FS11. I think it's possible they have reduced the internal circuitry power consumption (in 505v) to reduce battery drain, but the battery itself seems to be identical.
Reports thus far are very favorable with regard to a lack red-eye problems and the red-eye reduction system. Many have said thus far that they usually do not need to engage the red-eye reduction flash.