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12/31/2006 07:41:24 AM · #1
I am afraid there is something wrong with the sensor of my nikon d70s as I doubt the true picture would show as follows... please let me know what you think ? I have taken many shots of the sun in the past with my sony DSC-V1 and never seen anything like this. I put one exemple here, but there are many......

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Thanks !
(edit : correct typo)
Hanna

Message edited by author 2006-12-31 08:25:48.
12/31/2006 08:05:58 AM · #2
If you have damaged your sensor the damage would show up on every shot -- not just the shotes with the sun in it. High contrast, back-lit subjects ofte have purple fringes.

David
12/31/2006 08:08:56 AM · #3
Looks ok to me. Dial down the exposure and it should be fine.
12/31/2006 08:56:42 AM · #4
That's what you get when you shoot with a CCD into the sun, nothing wrong with the sensor.
12/31/2006 09:06:49 AM · #5
I shot a D70 for about a year. The camera is well known for blooming when pointed directly at the sun. Don't worry about it.
12/31/2006 10:06:35 AM · #6
Thanks to you all, I feel better :)
12/31/2006 10:14:28 AM · #7
do other cameras have this problem or is it just the D70? What about the D80 or D200.....
12/31/2006 10:22:45 AM · #8
Originally posted by AzCKelly:

do other cameras have this problem or is it just the D70? What about the D80 or D200.....


I wouldn't say that was really a problem... just waaaay overexposed..
12/31/2006 10:43:57 AM · #9
Antiblooming should have worked :D. Antiblooming basically prevents electrons from spilling over on to the next pixel. The electrons (excess energy) only spill over on to the pixels on the vertical axis.

More about it here:

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