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02/09/2010 12:43:46 AM · #26
Firmware update complete - have you done this already, Matt? The only fix it says it has is "ghosting" between frames when rapid-firing. I haven't done much rapid firing. :-)

Canon support said they could not see any banding or noise. Maybe it's just my monitor.
02/09/2010 12:57:16 AM · #27
Originally posted by Melethia:



Canon support said they could not see any banding or noise. Maybe it's just my monitor.


do you really expect them to admit problem???

:-D
02/09/2010 01:30:31 AM · #28
Originally posted by zxaar:

Originally posted by Melethia:



Canon support said they could not see any banding or noise. Maybe it's just my monitor.


do you really expect them to admit problem???

:-D

If there is one, yes. I'm hopelessly naive and believe that people do the right thing.
02/09/2010 01:36:55 AM · #29
Originally posted by Melethia:

Originally posted by zxaar:

Originally posted by Melethia:



Canon support said they could not see any banding or noise. Maybe it's just my monitor.


do you really expect them to admit problem???

:-D

If there is one, yes. I'm hopelessly naive and believe that people do the right thing.


officially they will (would) not admit banding issue. About noise i am not sure.
The only time canon can admit banding issue is when they issue firmware to handle it. Untill then officially problem does not exist.

The only thing canon admitted before they issued firmware was black dot issue with 5dmk2, which was after lot of pressure from users.

Noise part is very subjective, what is too much for you may not be too much for them.
02/09/2010 02:04:31 AM · #30
Originally posted by Melethia:

Originally posted by zxaar:

Originally posted by Melethia:



Canon support said they could not see any banding or noise. Maybe it's just my monitor.


do you really expect them to admit problem???

:-D

If there is one, yes. I'm hopelessly naive and believe that people do the right thing.


Well, I have to say I agree with Canon. You like noise so the camera sensing that is giving you what you want. What's the problem? :P

Seriously, do you have any other examples? Have you tried different lenses? Three of the four examples you posted don't have good tones to begin with and the areas of detail are not close to the camera or are moving. If it were me I would photograph a stationary subject preferably indoors where I can control everything including the lighting and then analyze the results.
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