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Anyone ever seen this happen?
Old 02-03-2005, 09:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Another photograher sent me these images from her Fuji S2 and asked if I knew what caused this.. One was shot right after the other meaning they are in sequence.. I'm clueless except that maybe something is going wrong with the sensor.. The next four images she sent were just fine..

You can understand her concern considering she is a wedding/portrait photographer..

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and now for the images...
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Re: Anyone ever seen this happen?
Old 02-03-2005, 11:50 AM   #3 (permalink)
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[img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]Yes, I've seen shot #1 done in Photoshop.
[img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]Shot #2 is even easier, just leave the lens cap on when you shoot.

Could these shots really happen in sequence in the same camera and the following 4 shots be good? Seems hard to believe! [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Re: Anyone ever seen this happen?
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Well.. she sent me six images numbered DSCF0358 through DSCF3063.. She's not normally the kind of person to pull pranks but you never know. I'll find out for sure.. I did ask her what kind of drugs she was on and why she wasn't sharing..

The second image has some greenish vertical lines on the right side of the image..


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Re: Anyone ever seen this happen?
Old 02-03-2005, 12:14 PM   #5 (permalink)
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The second image looks like low power in the battery. I have seen this many times with my Nikons.

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Make sense.. I've never seen this happen.. I use a D100 but it has the portrait grip that holds two batteries and I've never run them down..

I don't use AA's at all except in the flash..


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Re: Anyone ever seen this happen?
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I've never seen that specific pattern, but I have a D1x and about four or five times in probably over 60,000 shots I get a "weird" one. There is no discernable pattern. Once in a while I get one that looks like half an image (the other half being dark) even when I'm shooting available light, not a flash syn problem.

Once in a while when I try to open a file, only "half" of it is there.

I've always written it off to an electrical "hiccup" of one sort or the other or maybe a "write" error.

The first time I got one like that, I thought great, my camera is heading south...but then I go 10,000 images without another.

Once I had a wide angle lens on my camera and about 10 shots in a row gave me the most bizzare blown out pattern and the aperature setting quit working on my camera. I took my lens off and put it back on and it has never done that since......I attributed that to poor electrical contact.

Who knows.

Obviously, if it starts to occur with regular frequency, she might be able to pin it down.

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Re: and now for the images...
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The first image looks like a combined shot of the intended scene and the viewfinder image.

The second one looks like a shutter or mirror problem [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]

I would guess it's something having to do with the mirror... ?
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Re: yup...seen it
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i've seen the second, the one with the green streaks

- it comes from file format problems - ie - attempting to save a scan or file when the software only saves in a paticular file format...

or is told to save in one paticular format ie. attempting to save a .tiff file with image software that saves in .jeg will cause all scans or most to exibit this pattern.

or trying to save a file format in the wrong format with out converting the format first (follow that?)

it's posible the first is the same...
 
 
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