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01-19-2016, 07:23 PM   #1
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Can any Fuji (or Pentax) users tell me why the chicken's feathers on the neck look like they do? Some kind of lens effect? X-t10 with 18-55 kit lens.

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Which RAW converter are you using? Maybe there's some kind of de-mosaicing issue?
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Sorry, jpeg straight from the camera.
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Hmmm... years ago, I had a Fuji S6000fd, which had Fuji's "Super CCD" sensor. IMO, it was the best thing for it's time, but certain kinds of detail would throw it off. For example, animal fur would look OK but grass would be blotchy in some areas and OK in others. Did you shoot RAW + jpg, maybe check out the RAW?

Hopefully somebody with more knowledge than I will chime in...

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No, just a jpeg test shot. It's the only photo where I've seen any issue, so I figure it's similar to moire - just a pattern the sensor couldn't handle.

This was taken through a chain link fence (you can see a link on the right); I wonder if it's possible that affected the shot.
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Hi, you have found one a subject which the XT 10 with no AA filter ..."MOIRE"

Moiré effect is a visual perception that occurs when viewing a set of lines or dots that is superimposed on another set of lines or dots, where the sets differ in relative size, angle, or spacing.


It can be easily fixed with any "descreening" plug-in found in most editing software.
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I wouldn't say it's easily fixed until you try it. I had some moire on my XP1 once and it was HARD to fix without it being obvious that I tried.

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