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Is this a sensor problem?

 
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Dec 17, 2011 16:55 |  #1
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I keep getting banding on ISO1600/3200, is this a sensor problem?


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Camera is 50D




  
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Dec 17, 2011 17:01 |  #3

Nope, that's about right, especially on a 50d (used to own one)

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I have never seen it before to be honest....but thanks




  
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Dec 17, 2011 17:23 |  #5

Judging by the heavily cropped miniscule amount of the pic you're showing, it looks like it's under exposed.
If that's the case, banding and noise like that shouldn't be unexpected, and would more than likely be normal.


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philwillmedia wrote in post #13560266 (external link)
Judging by the heavily cropped miniscule amount of the pic you're showing, it looks like it's under exposed.
If that's the case, banding and noise like that shouldn't be unexpected, and would more than likely be normal.


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Dec 17, 2011 17:37 |  #7

Looks like normal noise to me. maybe a little pattern there, but not bad. You should be able to clean a good bit of that up with some noise reduction.




  
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Thanks for the advice guys...




  
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Dec 17, 2011 22:03 |  #9

Looks normal for the camera especially if you are somewhat underexposed you will see banding. I run mine through Topaz Denoise 5 as it can remove banding as well as noise.


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