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Re: Rebel T6I Sky Banding?

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Great! So apperantly I'm crazy that theres no banding in my raws and its the editing software im using.... EVEN THOUGH I CAN SEE IT IN THE ORIGINAL RAWS MYSELF UNTOUCHED. Holy hell. Yup lightroom, photoshop even DPP4 no good. All bad software straight from Canon support. The only software I've been using. This is honestly pathetic... it doesn't even matter what they said since I can see it in the untouched images. either my monitor is the best monitor out there and I have eagle eyes or the person checking my files is as blind as a bat. 

Is it too late to just return it and get my money back? bloody hell. This is more stressful then it needs to be. Like the hell am I suppose to do now. I'm really debating taking this to canon's legal department and going to claims court. This is just unreal

 

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Re: Rebel T6I Sky Banding?

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Canons now censoring me? what a joke

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Re: Rebel T6I Sky Banding?

I still advise sending them a sample, even if it means putting a 8GB SDHC card in it, and taking a few photos as samples, and leaving the card in the camera when you send it back.  Let them know that the card contains samples of the issue.

 

Getting mad about it won't get you anywhere, except to a place where may not want to be, like an Emergency Room.  Stress is bad, so don't do it do yourself.  Calm down, and try to think clearly.  Let this go for a day, and come back to it.

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Re: Rebel T6I Sky Banding?

My suggestion would be to send it back to Canon, let them clean the sensor and replace the LCD panel, and once again mention the banding on unprocessed images.  You can ask if they are willing to replace it, even with a refurbished unit, or at least replace the sensor.

 

if if you are still unhappy with it after they return it, your only option is to sell it and buy something else.  I have checked many of my own images looking for banding, and have found nothing at all.  These include shots of the moon with a black background, and shots with snow in the background.  I have checked both unprocessed and processed images, and I can see no signs of detectable sensor defects.

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@StanNH wrote:

My suggestion would be to send it back to Canon, let them clean the sensor and replace the LCD panel, and once again mention the banding on unprocessed images.  You can ask if they are willing to replace it, even with a refurbished unit, or at least replace the sensor.

 

if if you are still unhappy with it after they return it, your only option is to sell it and buy something else.  I have checked many of my own images looking for banding, and have found nothing at all.  These include shots of the moon with a black background, and shots with snow in the background.  I have checked both unprocessed and processed images, and I can see no signs of detectable sensor defects.



First I'm gonna get in contact with my lawyer tonight and ask him how I should proceed. I'm not gonna accept selling my problem to someone else as an awnser. That's as scummy as canon trying to brush off my problem. I refuse to sell something I know is broken for a profit. 

Even looking at the raw jpegs I took yesterday I cleary seen them by zooming into the picture %400 and seeing the pixels are out of wack wihout any editing. 

 

This is Canons problem. They should just fix my problem or  give me a new T6I body since mines clearly defective. but it seems they don't want to accept their error. 

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Re: Rebel T6I Sky Banding?

Did you say 400% zoom is when it appears in images?  If so, then I think I that might be the problem.  The image is digitally sampled.  It is not an analog image.

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Re: Rebel T6I Sky Banding?

I'm using that as an example you know what. Here lets experment. I'm gonna upload a video and you's can see my problem directly and how I replicate it. 

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Re: Rebel T6I Sky Banding?


@ElectricMuppet wrote:

I'm using that as an example you know what. Here lets experment. I'm gonna upload a video and you's can see my problem directly and how I replicate it. 


At 400% zoom, don't waste your time.  You need to show it Canon Service, not these forums.

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Re: Rebel T6I Sky Banding?


@Waddizzle wrote:

@ElectricMuppet wrote:

I'm using that as an example you know what. Here lets experment. I'm gonna upload a video and you's can see my problem directly and how I replicate it. 


At 400% zoom, don't waste your time.  You need to show it Canon Service, not these forums.


Canon service doesn't care as they are concerened my camera is fine. I'm still gonna do it

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