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Mar 19, 2010 18:52 as a reply to  @ post 9831138 |  #4351

Another test shot from yesterday...hopefully, I'll get a chance to do some more shooting this weekend.


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Mar 19, 2010 19:27 |  #4352

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Thanks Manish!

Yep!

The nicer, spring like weather is definitely here! ;)

Cheers!

Spring? I think we get about 2 weeks of that, here, and then, bam...HOT! :lol:


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Mar 19, 2010 21:31 as a reply to  @ inthedeck's post |  #4353

Greetings 1DsII Owners.

I have a problem I've never encountered before: Lines appearing through my shots. They are vertical, and run from one side of the image to the other, perfectly straight. I get about 10 lines in a frame, for the most part equidistant.

Attached is a crop of said lines.

1/40th 2.8 800. Shooting raw. Converted in lightroom/DPP - same results.

Does my camera have one foot in the grave? :(


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Mar 19, 2010 23:28 as a reply to  @ SR071's post |  #4354

SR071,

I'm not sure what the issue is but if it is the shutter, that's certainly a repairable issue.

Though the number of lines seems odd? :confused:

Have you tried resetting the camera, taking out the back up battery for the clock, etc?

Are you using this with multiple flash units? Any possible hi speed sync issues at play here?

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Mar 19, 2010 23:55 |  #4355

Any kind of triggers used, for flash? 5D used to have issues with banding while using certain cheapy triggers/transmitters, so, maybe that is it? I dunno... :(

Hope it works out for the best, though. I'd check with Canon by sending that picture. :)


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Mar 20, 2010 00:45 |  #4356

Sorry - my fault for not providing enough info - no flash was used for the photos.

Ghost - if I take out the date battery do I lose all the CF and PF? Or are they retained?

I didn't notice it while I was shooting, so carried on regardless...it was only upon dumping the cards that I found I had 2 clumps of bad shots, the pic I've attached was one of 6 shots that was bad, there was another grouping of about 5-6 shots which were also bad - but the vast majority (about 900) were perfect. The two clumps happened 1 hour apart.


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Mar 20, 2010 10:08 |  #4357

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Sorry - my fault for not providing enough info - no flash was used for the photos.

Ghost - if I take out the date battery do I lose all the CF and PF? Or are they retained?

I didn't notice it while I was shooting, so carried on regardless...it was only upon dumping the cards that I found I had 2 clumps of bad shots, the pic I've attached was one of 6 shots that was bad, there was another grouping of about 5-6 shots which were also bad - but the vast majority (about 900) were perfect. The two clumps happened 1 hour apart.

OK. So no flash used and problem is not full time on all shots!:confused:

I'm not sure about your question but would assume that yes, all custom and personal functions would be lost. But, you can back those setting up to your PC and load them again afterward.

Now that you say this is an intermittent problem, I doubt resetting the camera would fix this.

You might also try a different CF card or reformatting the card you have. Which cards are you using? Are they older slower cards?

Do these errors show up in a burst shooting mode as apposed to a single shot mode?

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Mar 20, 2010 16:51 as a reply to  @ The Ghost of FM's post |  #4358

Took a short drive north of the city today in search of a rural landscape or two...


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Mar 20, 2010 19:56 |  #4359

^^I like the first one, Jeff. Got a shot of the red door?


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Mar 20, 2010 20:26 |  #4360

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^^I like the first one, Jeff. Got a shot of the red door?

Thanks Manish! ;)

No specific shot of the red door, no. I only brought my 14L lens as I was looking for some fresh landscape shots. Silly of me though as I have a perfectly good 70-200 f/2.8 IS lens and a 2x multiplier and almost never use it. :o

What have you been shooting lately? Let's see some stuff!!

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Mar 20, 2010 20:43 |  #4361

I tend not to link model work in here, so, it's always a good idea to check the G&N forums. I figure the thread should remain 'fairly' clean. ;)

But, here's a link. Click.

Been takin' it kinda slow, these days, though...in efforts of making better pictures. I'm cool with change, so, hope it's gonna work out for me. :)


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Mar 20, 2010 21:29 as a reply to  @ inthedeck's post |  #4362

Thanks for the link, Manish!

I like the direction you're going for with that model! Nice poses and good compositions! :cool:

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Mar 20, 2010 21:39 as a reply to  @ The Ghost of FM's post |  #4363

Greetings,

I'm using sandisk extreme 60mb/s CF for one lot of bad ones and sandisk ultra II SD for the others, so I'm gonna knock out cards as the problem.

I was shooting single shot all night, no bursts.

I'm starting to think there was some sort of electro-magnetic radiation at the spots where the camera misbehaved.

Either that or a ghost in the machine. :)

Thanks for your views/thoughts - I'll send a few RAW's to Canon and see what they say on Monday.

Cheers!

Matt.

You might also try a different CF card or reformatting the card you have. Which cards are you using? Are they older slower cards?

Do these errors show up in a burst shooting mode as apposed to a single shot mode?

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Mar 20, 2010 22:57 as a reply to  @ SR071's post |  #4364

I had a chance to take a few photos with my new (to me) 1Ds MKII at the local airport today. I discovered a bit of a problem with the 28-135mm lens. When wide open, on a FF body, there is some significant vignetting. Is this situation the same with the 24-105L?

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Mar 20, 2010 23:14 |  #4365

Anytime, Jeff. Thanks. :)

Edit: BTW...here's a sneak peak at another model that I worked with, a weekend ago. Just haven't had a chance to work on those images, yet, except this one...which isn't completely edited. Click. (external link)

The vignette looks bad...but, maybe it's because the camera outresolves that particular lens. Not sure why that'd happen...since the 28-135 is an EF lens. :(

Not sure if it happens, with the 24-105, as I hardly ever use that lens...the wife does.


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