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07-11-2015, 07:15 PM   #31
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QuoteOriginally posted by SpecialK Quote
I see multiple horizontal bands about 1/4 inch part on the top image, But on the bottom image, I see only 2 separate color blocks, divided slightly above the middle on the left side...
The white area (lower left) in the bottom image has vertical lines in it.

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LOL, I broke down this spring and replaced my crappy viewsonic with another Dell. Now have a two monitor set, both identical Dells. Painful in the wallet but I'm not regretting it. So much nicer to move from one to the other and have the color stay the same.
Same. I have 2x 27" fully calibrated Dell monitors.

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QuoteOriginally posted by bossa Quote
The white area (lower left) in the bottom image has vertical lines in it..
Ah, yes.
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I didn't look at the images in detail (I'm on my smartphone) but banding can sometimes occur when light enters the camera through the viewfinder.
Seeing these are studio shots I can imagine you weren't looking through the viewfinder when you pushed the shutter release and you didn't cover the viewfinder? Perhaps some of your lights were behind you?
Just a thought...
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QuoteOriginally posted by Fat Albert Quote
I've noticed this pop up during my product shoots, and I have no idea what it is. I don't think it's AA-less filter related, but could that be a cause?

In the FA 50 shot, they're horizontal.
I was watching this video today...


It refers to in camera noise reduction.

Possibly that is the cause.

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On my chromebook I can see them (and some other artifacts) if I tilt the screen away from me.

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Have you tried resizing it yourself in software before uploading here?
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