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Jan 09, 2012 05:33 |  #1

Does the quality of the CF card change the sharpness of your pictures.
Just wondered if you had a crappy CF card could it make your camera look as though
It was not taking sharp pictures?


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Jan 09, 2012 06:20 |  #2

I can't imagine how.

Why do you think the CF card you're using is an issue?




  
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Jan 09, 2012 06:49 |  #3

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Jan 09, 2012 08:19 |  #4

L.Morey wrote in post #13672301 (external link)
Does the quality of the CF card change the sharpness of your pictures.
Just wondered if you had a crappy CF card could it make your camera look as though
It was not taking sharp pictures?

Nope, absolutely not.

The only thing a bad CF card would do is be slow, have corrupted and unreadable files or fail completely.

They don't have magic hands that reach out from the card slot and turn your focus ring when you aren't looking.


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Jan 09, 2012 09:26 |  #5

Nope.




  
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Jan 09, 2012 09:27 |  #6

No, if its recording then its equal to the image on any other card.




  
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Jan 09, 2012 12:18 |  #7

Nope.


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Jan 09, 2012 13:32 |  #8

THX


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Jan 09, 2012 23:56 as a reply to  @ L.Morey's post |  #9

The only way I could see it happening is if you had a bad card that was corrupting your images - but they'd look a lot worse than just "not sharp"....they'd be scrambled at best, unreadable at worst.


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Jan 09, 2012 23:59 |  #10

L.Morey wrote in post #13672301 (external link)
Does the quality of the CF card change the sharpness of your pictures.
Just wondered if you had a crappy CF card could it make your camera look as though
It was not taking sharp pictures?

No. The only effect the card will have is in read/write speed and clearing the buffer when you've been shooting bursts; or when transfering images to your computer.


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