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12-07-2014, 02:07 PM   #1
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Has this ever happened to anyone else?

I'm not sure what happened with the photo below. Maybe buffer/memory problem when saving the photo? Only took 1 at a time though.
If you look at my nephew's arms (2nd on left) his skin was replaced by the drape material in the background. This happened last new years eve. Only time it ever happened. Never happened since. All other photos from K5 have been great. Just a glitch.

It's just a 1 time thing I believe, just curious if anyone else ever experienced something similar. I sent something to Pentax to report it, but never heard back.

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I'm not seeing it? His arms are raised and hidden so the drape shows through the gap. Maybe I'm missing something but it looks fine to me.
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His arm is behind the man in blue and goes up to his left shoulder where you can see two fingers from his left hand.
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Those are not his arms, he has his arms around the persons at his side.
You are seeing the drapes through the gap between the persons.

Edit : Pentax probably did not reply because they though you were joking with them

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LOL. Talk about the mind playing tricks on you. It looks so obvious now, but I did not see that before.
I guess I'm used to seeing him with hands in pockets all the time.

Thanks guys.
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I could not see it (my 1st interpretation was that his arms were behind the other people) but it is true that if you imagine the arms along his body the effect is funny.
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QuoteOriginally posted by wile Quote
I'm not sure what happened with the photo below. Maybe buffer/memory problem when saving the photo? Only took 1 at a time though.
If you look at my nephew's arms (2nd on left) his skin was replaced by the drape material in the background. This happened last new years eve. Only time it ever happened. Never happened since. All other photos from K5 have been great. Just a glitch.

I see he has his arms around the people next to him.


It's just a 1 time thing I believe, just curious if anyone else ever experienced something similar. I sent something to Pentax to report it, but never heard back.
It happened to my fiance ONCE with his Sony A77.
Figured it must just be a glitch. It took a picture of a waterfall and added or overlaid something we could not discern to the picture. It was weird.
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