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flashbug

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Correct Correct so this is the term it call lol. So how huh ??? for my case. or izizt all lens will give this kind of effect ?
what lens are you using and what camera?
Full frame cameras will usually show vignetting for most lens.
Ultra-wide angle lens also tend to show vignetting.

Simple solution will be crop off the edges, or use post processing to get rid of it. :)
 

dingaroo

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Dec 6, 2009
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#6
Read the links given by bro Octraine.

One of the causes could be a mismatch hood with lens, or you used a wide angle lens with a filter holder that caused the vignetting.

Many causes, help us by telling what you have and used during your particular shoot.
 

cadefox

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I using Canon D500 + EF-S 15-85mm + 1 72mm UVf ilter. Ya i just read the review for 15-85mm, one of the cons for this lens is Vignetting problem.
 

dingaroo

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#8
Noticed you are using Canon 500D with the 15-85mm lens.

Have you updated your firmware yet? Should be version ... 1.1.0.

HTH.
 

cadefox

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wildcat

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Ok thank ^^ , So after i update my firmware to 1.1.0. there will not be vignetting already rite ??
I'll let you know tomorrow, after you take a photo, and post it back in here.
 

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