Photos come out in a weird way.


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Hi photography gurus, Would like to consult is there any way to fix this unaligned & different colours.(red,green & etc.) Is there any way to cure it?
Thank you.

 

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There is not much photo left to make any sense of what yr problem is...
 

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use photoshop to align, follow by adjusting RGB curves? I also dono how just by looking at the partial photos
 

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could it be your SD card is corrupted? when viewing photos on the camera does it show partially or just a black screen, or an error message?

you might want to insert it into a card reader and run "check disk" on it. backup your card before you do this as you might lose your current files.
 

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There is not much photo left to make any sense of what yr problem is...
Is pretty obvious. lol.

use photoshop to align, follow by adjusting RGB curves? I also dono how just by looking at the partial photos
Ok, Will try it out. I only edit the face with black circle.


could it be your SD card is corrupted? when viewing photos on the camera does it show partially or just a black screen, or an error message?

you might want to insert it into a card reader and run "check disk" on it. backup your card before you do this as you might lose your current files.
I assume is the SD card corrupted. viewing from the camera is ok, if I can remember. because the camera is not with me.

will try it when I have the memory card. Thanks everybody for the help.
 

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troubleshooting ...

use a different card
use a different card reader
use the card on other camera
same problem still? send to service center
 

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ducky88 said:
Hi photography gurus, Would like to consult is there any way to fix this unaligned & different colours.(red,green & etc.) Is there any way to cure it?
Thank you.
Curiously it seems to be a recovery attempt by the decoder when reading the corrupted data either the source is corrupted or the transfer process resulted in it.

Which software are using to open the file. What type of file is it? Raw or jpeg. How do you transfer from the card to your computer?
 

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troubleshooting ...

use a different card
use a different card reader
use the card on other camera
same problem still? send to service center
Noted. Will try out when I have the card. Thank you.

Curiously it seems to be a recovery attempt by the decoder when reading the corrupted data either the source is corrupted or the transfer process resulted in it.

Which software are using to open the file. What type of file is it? Raw or jpeg. How do you transfer from the card to your computer?
Using window photo viewer, shot in jpg format. The transfer are memory card insert to an external adapter & transfer thru there.
 

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Noted. Will try out when I have the card. Thank you.



Using window photo viewer, shot in jpg format. The transfer are memory card insert to an external adapter & transfer thru there.
Yup please try out taking photos with a different card first. You mentioned it's JPEG format that you are using. I somehow feel the corruption didn't happened at the point of transfer or writing to the storage. It seems to indicate any issue at the point the RAW values are converted into the colour model values used internally by the camera before converting into the actual file format (JPEG in this case).

I could be wrong, and hopefully I am. Because the way how the corruption works for file format is it wouldn't be in this manner. I took a look at different channels and I find it's not consistent.

Are you experiencing this problem for all photos taken even at this point of time (now) ?
 

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Yup please try out taking photos with a different card first. You mentioned it's JPEG format that you are using. I somehow feel the corruption didn't happened at the point of transfer or writing to the storage. It seems to indicate any issue at the point the RAW values are converted into the colour model values used internally by the camera before converting into the actual file format (JPEG in this case).

I could be wrong, and hopefully I am. Because the way how the corruption works for file format is it wouldn't be in this manner. I took a look at different channels and I find it's not consistent.

Are you experiencing this problem for all photos taken even at this point of time (now) ?
nope. Most photos are ok. Out of 50 maybe 5-6 appear to be somehow this way. some with different color too.
 

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ducky88 said:
nope. Most photos are ok. Out of 50 maybe 5-6 appear to be somehow this way. some with different color too.
Is ur camera still under waranty? If so, then consider bring in for a check up. I think they can immediately tell using their memory cards to identify if it is your card or the camera.
 

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Definitely not possible to fix
 

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David Kwok said:
Is ur camera still under waranty? If so, then consider bring in for a check up. I think they can immediately tell using their memory cards to identify if it is your card or the camera.
No more. Maybe I will try recopy with various method.
 

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Doubt is sensor problem. Cause most of the photos are fine only few of the shots turn out in funny way.
Did you managed to try with another memory card ? It's too early to say your sensor or other related parts such as the ADC.
The problem can be intermittent. Test against another memory card to isolate it's not a SD card problem. I suggest you connect the usb cable directly to your camera and extract the images and see if it occurs too.

Since you say it takes like approx. 50 images to give a few as such, you might need to do quite a fair bit of tests.
 

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