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Feb 03, 2011 23:06 |  #1

please see videos below...

I'm not an expert so i'm hoping there is a simple explanation for this. Camera experts please help. :confused:

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Feb 03, 2011 23:25 |  #2

Does this happens outdoors? Looks like a fluorescent light issue.


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Feb 03, 2011 23:42 |  #3

It's definitely shutter speed catching the cycling of the fluorescent light. You need to use a shutter speed lower than 1/60 under that type of lighting to eliminate the problem. There is nothing wrong with the camera.


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Feb 04, 2011 00:14 |  #4

Sweet thanks guys. I knew it had to be something related to the indoor conditions. I'm sure it won't happen outdoors cause I've never seen it before but I'll check to be sure. I don't normally shoot at these s speeds I was trying some slow motion settings in Vegas when this started.

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