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Canon 1D Classic - What's this band/line/bar???!

 
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Mar 25, 2012 06:05 |  #1

I just picked up this pretty good condition 1D Classic for $250 2 days ago, 78xxx clicks, and acutally put it to use at the club tonight.
Terrible tiny screen. I would say it's almost useless after coming from a Canon XTi. Battery life is also useless. ahaha.

I searched, and it doesn't seem that anyone else has this bar thing at the top of the image. It doesn't seem to be noise banding.

This exact same bar is in EVERY SINGLE IMAGE. It's in every RAW. I save RAW only.
Letting you all know, so you don't ask if it appears in another image.
ISO 1600, F4, 1/5.

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Mar 25, 2012 06:16 |  #2

It's a typical 1D Classic thing when using at the higher iso's. At $250 I think you got a heck of a bargain too.


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Mar 25, 2012 06:20 |  #3

Thorrulz wrote in post #14148957 (external link)
It's a typical 1D Classic thing when using at the higher iso's. At $250 I think you got a heck of a bargain too.

I really don't think it's noise banding though. It's a bar that has a slight curve to it curving upwards at the edge of the image. The light line under the obvious black line is noise banding that I can see.

And I know. :) This thing is way too heavy for club use too.


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Mar 25, 2012 06:36 |  #4

kay188 wrote in post #14148961 (external link)
I really don't think it's noise banding though. It's a bar that has a slight curve to it curving upwards at the edge of the image. The light line under the obvious black line is noise banding that I can see.

And I know. :) This thing is way too heavy for club use too.

I had a dark blue line that would creep in during high iso and slightly underexposed shots. Anything 800 iso or higher and the dark banding begins to show on the old 1d series. I believe it had something to do with the CCD sensor used in them.

And you can use the 1D for clubbing if you can pick that thing up high enough to swing it.;)


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Mar 25, 2012 06:39 |  #5

Check to see if the line is there in some shots taken during daylight using iso's from 200-400 if you can.


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Mar 26, 2012 02:21 |  #6

That my friend is the banding at high ISO that early 1D bodies suffered from when they are pushed to their limits,make sure the body has the most up to date firmware otherwise a lower ISO and use a speedlite is the only answer.Much over ISO 800 in low light you can expect to see this issuse.


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Apr 07, 2012 15:33 |  #7

Steveod wrote in post #14154094 (external link)
That my friend is the banding at high ISO that early 1D bodies suffered from when they are pushed to their limits,make sure the body has the most up to date firmware otherwise a lower ISO and use a speedlite is the only answer.Much over ISO 800 in low light you can expect to see this issuse.

Not too true. I think it's caused by using Noise Reduction mode On1 or On2 when not taking a super long exposure. I leave the setting off and shot stuff at like 1/6 without any banding and my pictures come out fine


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