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Re: Rebel T6I Sky Banding?

I can see it at %100 zoom in  chrome and windows deault image view thing as well. Video will be up soon. 

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Re: Rebel T6I Sky Banding?

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Triple posting woo!

The video made it a tad bit harder to see the banding to the naked eye unedited. The bit rate ate it but sure enough I can see a hint of it at the beggining. it become obviously much more noticeable once I edit the contrast to the extreme. then to mildly. click on the actual video and view it at fullscreen 1920X1080 P

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Re: Rebel T6I Sky Banding?

I feel like somebody watching the parade in "The Emperor's New Clothes".

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Re: Rebel T6I Sky Banding?


@RobertTheFat wrote:

I feel like somebody watching the parade in "The Emperor's New Clothes".


I'm glad you're finding this humorus. I on the other hand do not. If you have nothing worthwhile that tributes to the discussion please don't comment. I spent a lot of money on this and this is a serious matter for me.

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Re: Rebel T6I Sky Banding?


@ElectricMuppet wrote:

@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


Well, you need a second opinion.  You don't want mine, however.  Good luck, though.

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Re: Rebel T6I Sky Banding?

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@Waddizzle wrote:

@ElectricMuppet wrote:

@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


Well, you need a second opinion.  You don't want mine, however.  Good luck, though.


I do want your opinon. I'm just getting stuff together to show that I do infact have a problem so I can get information  how to properly deal with this. Why would I waste my time here if I didn't want others opinons. I would reckon a videos better proof than a photograph with writing over it. That's why I made one.  

All and all this banter is not getting me any closer to fixing my issue. 

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Re: Rebel T6I Sky Banding?

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The video didn´t really show the problem. The raw files you sent me on the other hand were really bad and the issue is visible.

Send Canon service centre a new email, attach the worst raw files you can find.

 

As a temporary solution I think a flat field correction could help you. Search for Flat field rawtherapee manual, download the manual and check page 71.Search for flat field rawpedia to get the tutorial of how you take a flat field image.

I think Lightroom has a plugin for Flat field, but somebody who uses softwares from Adobe may be better to answer that question.

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Re: Rebel T6I Sky Banding?


@ElectricMuppet wrote:

@Waddizzle wrote:

@ElectricMuppet wrote:

@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


Well, you need a second opinion.  You don't want mine, however.  Good luck, though.


I do want your opinon. I'm just getting stuff together to show that I do infact have a problem so I can get information  how to properly deal with this. Why would I waste my time here if I didn't want others opinons. I would reckon a videos better proof than a photograph with writing over it. That's why I made one.  

All and all this banter is not getting me any closer to fixing my issue. 


I have already given you my opinion.  Send Canon sample files, but you seem to have ignored that advice.  You do not need to prove anything to forum participants.  You need to convince your Canon service center.  

 

Now I see that Peter has given you the same advice.  Send a sample to Canon.  I say buy a small memory card.  Take some shots in RAW format that show the issue, so that Canon can read the EXIF data and actually SEE which camera produced the images.

 

Do not copy files onto a memory card, and leave it inside the camera.  That does not work, and it will look like you are trying fudge the data.  Take some new shots that reproduce the issues, but leave the card in the camera when you send it in.

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Re: Rebel T6I Sky Banding?

And a repeat of a third "opinion"!

 

""You have a repair warranty."

 

Exactly.  Where did you actually send it?"    <----Deal with that faculity.

 

 

 

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Re: Rebel T6I Sky Banding?

BTW, I could see nothing in your video.  I would not use it as proof.

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