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My 1Ds banding problem
« on: August 09, 2005, 01:15:14 PM »

But look at all the free time you will have while you are recuperating from your operation. Good luck with that.   :cool:

I haven't noticed any banding in my images so it will be interesting to see yours.
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My 1Ds banding problem
« Reply #1 on: August 09, 2005, 12:11:15 PM »

The banding problem I've noticed on the 1Ds in the blacks when even slightly underexposed seems to be a problem with the design not just mine. I ran a test today with a local shops rental, all iso's, same settings, lens etc, If anything the banding was worse on their unit than mine, it shared the same characteristics but in a totally different pattern.

Oh well, expose to the right....

I'll post some examples when I  get a free second, I'm running out to a 6 hour engagement shoot, I have a hospital appointment tomorrow for a pre-op and I'm trying to finish off my website  
( ) so I'm up to my eyes...
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