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Sep 05, 2010 02:29 |  #1

Hi I was wondering if anyone has ever seen this or has any idea what this may be. I was shooting a job with my 1d mk3 and suddenly I noticed this weird cross grid pattern in my files. Ive tried clearing settings, pulling the battery, swapping cards, etc. its def in the body. It happened out of the blue. I figured Id ask before I send it back to canon service since its the weekend. This is just a shot of a white wall, the cross pattern is clear, but the dark and light shadow is also appearing as well.


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Sep 05, 2010 02:37 |  #2

Is this the full frame or a crop?


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Sep 05, 2010 02:40 |  #3

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Is this the full frame or a crop?

The 1D series is a 1.3x Crop.


BTW: OP, I never seen that before, sorry.


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Sep 05, 2010 02:42 |  #4

Good Grief...

I said is this the full frame or is it a crop (of just part of the image?)


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Sep 05, 2010 02:43 as a reply to  @ dKweddings.net's post |  #5

I believe he was asking if this sample picture is a crop or not.

Have you tried viewing the pics on another computer? Is this grid visible also on the rear lcd of the 1DM3?

It does look like something is wrong. You probably need to send it in.




  
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Sep 05, 2010 06:39 as a reply to  @ Petri's post |  #6

Ive recently seen this blue cross before, however it was on a little white stick my wife peed on, not a camera :D unless your getting a new baby camera ie. 1000d in the next 9 months i think its a bad thing :cry:


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Sep 05, 2010 07:26 |  #7

Where was the last shot taken? I've seen a video of a laser light from a night club lighting hitting the sensor and causing something similar, although the line was white.


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Sep 05, 2010 07:42 |  #8

The dark and light shadow looks like shutter trouble, not sure about the blue line as I haven't seen anything like that before but the bottom line is, off to Canon it goes. Sorry about your luck.


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Sep 05, 2010 08:53 |  #9

FlyingPhotog wrote in post #10852592 (external link)
Good Grief...

I said is this the full frame or is it a crop (of just part of the image?)

I could see the misunderstanding too, I read it and though "the OP said the 1D MK3 and not the 1Ds MK3. :)


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Where was the last shot taken? I've seen a video of a laser light from a night club lighting hitting the sensor and causing something similar, although the line was white.

Yes I was shooting a job at a concert and there was green lasers lights being beamed out from the stage and they were aimed facing the direction I was shooting in! son of a ****! so did that smoke the sensor you think?

Thats the files tight from the camera, every frame now has that cross and shadow on it.


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Sep 05, 2010 10:33 |  #11

Interesting if the laser did something that broke the readout for a few rows/columns on the matrix but the light/shadow looks like shutter. Can you do a mirror lockup and bulb/sensor manual clean to inspect the shutter blades and see if any are MIA or sticking?


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Sep 05, 2010 10:35 |  #12

Imagineering wrote in post #10853593 (external link)
Yes I was shooting a job at a concert and there was green lasers lights being beamed out from the stage and they were aimed facing the direction I was shooting in! son of a ****! so did that smoke the sensor you think?

Thats the files tight from the camera, every frame now has that cross and shadow on it.

That's crazy! Something I'll keep in the back of my head in the future, too.


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Sep 05, 2010 10:38 |  #13

yeah I think the lasers are the culprit... I saw a video from a 5D MKII shooting a concert with those lasers...after the laser hit the camera you could immediately see lines forming inside the video footage.


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Sep 05, 2010 11:38 |  #15

I turned down a gig shooting for a light show company last year. I'm so glad I did now. They used lots of lasers, I was worried about that. Turns out I was right for a change!


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