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Jan 08, 2011 15:14 as a reply to  @ post 11599668 |  #16

Some shots as promised, sorry about the size. Renee, I've got new card and reader and still does the same. I have about 12 cards and I've shot on about eight and they all do the same. Can they all go bad at the same time? Thanks again for your help.


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Jan 08, 2011 15:32 |  #17

Well then, do you have a second hard drive to check with? Of course it could be your 20D -- that would suck, but we have to find out. Do you have anyone nearby with a computer you could check with?


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Jan 08, 2011 15:45 as a reply to  @ tonylong's post |  #18

My only two other hard drives are my two external hard drives. I'll have to look for someone to try there computer. People I work with like to shoot but none have photoshop or lightroom. Thanks again for your help. ANy way to check the camera without sending it in.


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Jan 08, 2011 18:26 |  #19

Well, I'm not sure how to directly check the camera, except by eliminating everything else.

One thing you can try is to directly copy the images from your card to an external hard drive. You can also try downloading directly from your camera using EOS Utilities.

Hopefully something will become apparent, and hopefully it's something quick and inexpensive!


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Jan 10, 2011 05:53 |  #20

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Renee, I've got new card and reader and still does the same. I have about 12 cards and I've shot on about eight and they all do the same. Can they all go bad at the same time? Thanks again for your help.

If it's that consistent, I'd suspect the camera...


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Jan 10, 2011 07:46 as a reply to  @ René Damkot's post |  #21

What happens when you read the Cards/Download on to a 2nd PC ?


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Jan 10, 2011 10:03 |  #22

René Damkot wrote in post #11609511 (external link)
If it's that consistent, I'd suspect the camera...

Yeah, my thoughts as well.

To the OP: have you looked down into the CF card slot to see if there is a bent and/or missing pin? If this is happening on multiple cards then it sounds more like the camera or the path from the camera to the card. A bent or broken pin(s) could be the culprit.


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Jan 10, 2011 12:22 |  #23

If two or more cards give you the same result, the problem is in the camera. Try a different camera (if you have one).


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Jan 10, 2011 12:43 |  #24

I've had pictures turn out like the ones you posted and it was the camera that was bad - an old P&S (elph S500). I still have that little thing. It would ocassionally take images where it looked smeered, sort of like melting plastic.


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Mar 27, 2011 20:57 |  #25

Don't know where you're at with this, but I have a 7D and I've had this happened to me twice. Cards are newer, shoot RAW (H), and transfer everything over to an HDD (Toshiba). Which after reading this I think is the problem. I quit using my reader, actually using the camera to write the files on my internal hard drive, which I have suceesfully transfered all four cards.




  
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