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70D overexposure lines on images

utavsfan
Apprentice

Hi - I've recently been getting lines in the areas of overexposure. Normally, I would chalk this up to a warning from the camera sensors. But this actually stays with the image and prints on the photos. I've changed lenses, so it's a camera issue, not a lens issue. The camera is a couple of years old - not under warranty. Thanks for any help as to what my issue might be.

zoomed waaay in:

overexposure1.jpg

 

zoomed in a little:

overexposure1.jpg

 

full pic (the lines look like clouds):

overexposure3 copy.jpg

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cicopo
Elite

How does a "correct" exposure look?

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Waddizzle
Legend

Looks like a third party lens, and too much in-camera noise reduction and image massaging to me.  The alternative is ugly.

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utavsfan
Apprentice
A correct exposure is fine. I only have Canon lenses.

Do you have a raw sample, or is it just in jpg?

utavsfan
Apprentice
just jpg 😉
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