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Mar 27, 2012 21:04 |  #6946

minitrucker wrote in post #14159107 (external link)
Sorry I haven't reinstalled windows since mine crashed about a year ago. Been an avid Linux user since then. And even when I do use windows I avoid most of the native M$ programs like the plague. When you say "the explorer" are you referring to internet explorer or the media player?

Explorer, as in the Windows Explorer.

Windows Explorer is the window that pops up when open a folder of any kind, and displays it's contents. (Hard Drives count)

I can preview CR2 thumbnails from my XTi, but not the TIF files from the 1D.

It's kind of discouraging to use the 1D because I just want to quickly review the photos I took in Windows Explorer, like and which I can do with my XTi.


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Mar 27, 2012 22:40 |  #6947

kay188 wrote in post #14165725 (external link)
Explorer, as in the Windows Explorer.

Windows Explorer is the window that pops up when open a folder of any kind, and displays it's contents. (Hard Drives count)

I can preview CR2 thumbnails from my XTi, but not the TIF files from the 1D.

It's kind of discouraging to use the 1D because I just want to quickly review the photos I took in Windows Explorer, like and which I can do with my XTi.

Hi I run windows and it shows jpegs ,tif and raw try doing an update on window photo gallery ,I had the same problem couple of years ago and finally got the tifs to show but can't quite remember how I went about it


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Mar 28, 2012 01:27 |  #6948

Steveod wrote in post #14166405 (external link)
Hi I run windows and it shows jpegs ,tif and raw try doing an update on window photo gallery ,I had the same problem couple of years ago and finally got the tifs to show but can't quite remember how I went about it

Hm. Wow. That was pretty stupid of windows and Microsoft. My machine is usually up to date, and recent with everything. I downloaded the windows live photo gallery from Microsoft, ran it, it said it would update it.

When it finished, I could view the TIF files from my 1D!!!

I would assume, since the 1D is from 2001, it would be already integrated INTO the system when I first installed the Microsoft RAW codec, and what not.

Thanks for the tip! I didn't really look into actually updating windows live photo gallery!


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Mar 28, 2012 19:38 |  #6949

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I've never seen that kind of bar before. You say it's like that on every single image, regardless of lighting, ISO or lens?

The 1D tends to noise band, especially if you push the exposure, but that's not banding. It would be apparent across the entire image.

I'd suspect a sensor fault, unfortunately. You got it for roughly half of what I paid, and mine was near 160k clicks. I'd say use it and enjoy it, and maybe consider compositions that allow you to crop out that very top part.

I see those too whenever I shoot nightclubs. Is Noise Reduction on? I think that's what was causing it with me


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Mar 28, 2012 19:58 |  #6950

Virto wrote in post #14155465 (external link)
I've never seen that kind of bar before. You say it's like that on every single image, regardless of lighting, ISO or lens?

I'd suspect a sensor fault, unfortunately. You got it for roughly half of what I paid, and mine was near 160k clicks. I'd say use it and enjoy it, and maybe consider compositions that allow you to crop out that very top part.

Yep. It was on every image shot that night. I'll shoot with the camera again this weekend and try out different ISO's. Perhaps it's a sensor fault at high ISO's with flash in these specific conditions with really dark shadows...?

This bar was in the very first photo of the night too. So it might be a sensor fault.

THE Phreak wrote in post #14171533 (external link)
I see those too whenever I shoot nightclubs. Is Noise Reduction on? I think that's what was causing it with me

Can you post your photo?

I don't remember if it was on or off. I've fiddled with that setting afterwards at home while playing with the camera.
The camera is too heavy, and the screen is too tiny for club use anyways. People always want to see their photo, and I use it to review a lot.


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Mar 29, 2012 08:13 |  #6951

kay188 wrote in post #14149010 (external link)
Picked mine up for $250 2 days ago with 78xxx clicks!! So far, I'm loving the camera. For 4MP, the detail it resolves is unreal.

However, I have this slight bar problem at the top of every image... I don't think it's noise banding.

My thread here with the original image:
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Not sure of the exact Photoshop overlay method, but look up "dark frame subtraction", they use it to reduce noise based on a sensor's unique hot spot signature. You might be able to use a similar technique here??


Some bodies, some lenses, and that's all I'll list in case the wife sees this. ;)

  
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Mar 29, 2012 15:46 |  #6952

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Mar 29, 2012 15:46 |  #6953

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Mar 29, 2012 23:56 |  #6954

kay188 wrote in post #14171702 (external link)
Can you post your photo?

I don't remember if it was on or off. I've fiddled with that setting afterwards at home while playing with the camera.
The camera is too heavy, and the screen is too tiny for club use anyways. People always want to see their photo, and I use it to review a lot.

Meh, I use it and can get good results. The weight in my case helps keep my shots steady when paired with a handstrap and propped on my shoulder. But you made me wanna look back at my photos, and I haven't seen that band in a loong time. But I know for sure I have seen it when I've had NR on.

Here, I took this photo when I was barely starting out with digital photography and this camera. ISO-1000, f/4.5 @ 0.6 sec. I believe NR was on, because it really clumps up together when you have it on. Waay back in 2010 ( I tried to blur the band off)

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Here's another one, properly exposed but I'm sure I left NR on that night. 1/5 of a sec, ISO-800 @ 1.8 (external link)


From february 2012, no NR
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Another one from last week (external link). Again, no NR.

So it has to be caused by the NR being on. I leave it off because its easier to remove in LR3 & it won't lump up noise dots as much. Just don't try and take long exposures with the setting off :)

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Mar 31, 2012 21:07 |  #6955

A few rolling shots from a month ago. This first image was underexposed because of an overpass casting a shadow on most of the frame, but I fixed it in LR3. It kinda reminds me of some 90s auto posters taken with film :)

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Apr 01, 2012 05:53 |  #6956

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Apr 01, 2012 12:58 |  #6957

Love your photos, goonico. soo clean :)


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Apr 02, 2012 16:51 |  #6958

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Love your photos, goonico. soo clean :)

thanks

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Apr 05, 2012 09:57 as a reply to  @ post 14159107 |  #6959

Battery Modification Try #2. SUCCESS!!! The first LSD Eneloop NP-E3 battery pack!!!

Try 1 was a fail because of a sloppy job resulting in a short somewhere between batteries upon completion, and putting them all together.
Powers camera, charges, and takes forever to drain!

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Apr 05, 2012 10:24 |  #6960

Looks totally slick.
How many battery you used?
Do you have a Youtube recipe?


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