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08/15/2005 01:49:48 PM · #1
i have 2 compact Fuji's to shoot with
the FujiF810 is on intensive care after the rain challenge ;--((

my second cam this Fuji E550 is letting me down too
all images have these strange rasters all over the image
i have no clue where it comes from and whats worse i don t know how to get rid of it
does anybody recognizes these effects or has any idea whats happening???

im 100% sure its the cam and not some software from the pc or something wich causes these effects
also i checked all the settings on the cam and nothing unusal i can find

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08/15/2005 02:02:21 PM · #2
Looks like corrupt data somehow. First thing is to try reformatting the memory card in the camera.
08/15/2005 02:07:01 PM · #3
Looks like a hardware problem to me. I saw something similar in a Finepix 3800 and it was a dirty contact between the sensor and the circuit board.
I would take it to a repair shop ASAP!
08/15/2005 02:14:09 PM · #4
On the plus side that's a HELL of an image and 100% legal in challenges to boot. I'd be inclined to keep it as is and use it for weird shots.

R.
08/15/2005 02:30:31 PM · #5
hehe..Robert

format the card yes ofcourse i did that a few times
it was not the solution

but the dirty contact thats what i was thinking of too as a probable cause

i better check out the repair shop asap for this

thx for the advises u all
08/15/2005 03:03:25 PM · #6
Looks like moiré to me. Changing your angle of view will change how the light hits the sensor and will reduce or eliminate the effect.
08/16/2005 01:47:42 AM · #7
Looks like a hardware problem. Good luck getting it fixed. When I sent my Fuji in for repairs, it was the longest four months of my life. Fuji service (USA) sucks!
08/16/2005 01:54:26 AM · #8
Originally posted by cpanaioti:

Looks like moiré to me. Changing your angle of view will change how the light hits the sensor and will reduce or eliminate the effect.


It is definitely a moiré pattern, but to be that bad no amount of changing angle of view is going to cure it. I would say there is a problem with the sensor, either it has been damaged or has moved in some way.
08/16/2005 04:17:35 PM · #9
Originally posted by cpanaioti:

Looks like moiré to me. Changing your angle of view will change how the light hits the sensor and will reduce or eliminate the effect.

ditto.

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