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    Default Re: DSLR Image Sensor Issues

    My friend was quoted $550 for his Nikon D80 sensor replacement. I know it may not be relevant, it just an idea.
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    User error.
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    i would say dropping ur cam a few times may affect the sensor.

    first. check ur monitor color settings. did u change them recently?

    2nd. ur AWB could be giving u different color tones hence the color shifts
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    1. That's ISO noise, not what the TS is describing.
    2. His old DSLR would not have video yet.
    3. Cameras will automatically enforce a cool-down period if they detect the sensor is too hot.
    His DSLR is 3 years old, not 30 years old.

    Canon & Nikon DSLR have video since 2008 ( 3 years ago ) see link.
    http://gizmodo.com/5051331/giz-expla...shooting-video

    http://nofilmschool.com/dslr/camera/

    Color is related to auto white balance.
    If it is not due to overheating, it could be something wrong with the auto white balance.
    TS may need to manual re-adjust the camera white balance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yutaka Go View Post
    His DSLR is 3 years old, not 30 years old.

    Canon & Nikon DSLR have video since 2008 ( 3 years ago ) see link.
    It is now 2010. That's 2 years, not 3. The first Canon to shoot video was the 5D Mark II, which was *announced* in September 2008 (which is different from going on sale).
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    Default Re: DSLR Image Sensor Issues

    Thank you so much for the overwhelming feedback from you guys, appreciate all pointers and advises, will keep all these in mind and re-look my problem. There is definitely a cause that contributed my problem, it could be just me alone, or small chance on the camera itself. Whether I will have to do some adjustment or calibration on my cam body, or the monitor I am currently using, or setting to compensate the shortfall, I guess I will have to do some more finding before making any conclusion. Will keep you guys updated should I derived anything concreate.

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