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Even if this is only a one off glitch (after 6000'th ish picture), I'd still like to know what it is. Does anybody know if I ought to get the passport out?http://farm1.static.flickr.com/249/3163921738_1814b98d71.jpg
... nice window shutters.... ;)
Personally, I'd send the camera back. Who knows when it will happen next...
That hurts my eyes!
corupted file. More likely the cards fault than the camera. I would not worry about it unless it starts to happen and with other cards as well. Cards go funky slowly and sometimes the write simply gets scrambled by the camera or some kind of mishandling.
I've seen it on several of my Canon and Nikon bodies both ... usually about every 20,000th shot or so (used to shoot sports professionally - so that is two weekends :) )
But I have to say ... at first glance I did not notice any flaw ... I just thought ... great "artsy" shot!
Corrupted image -- but who's to say if the card has a bad sector, the camera was interrupted somehow while writing the image, if power was temporarily lost, if the battery was weak or some one-time anomaly. With computers and electronics, you'll never now.
I would say keep an eye on it and see if it happens again.
Could be the camera. Could be the battery. Could be the contacts with the battery. Could be wiring inside the camera. Could be a transistor. Could be another chip.
I don't mean this to sarcastic. It's just too difficult to know for sure.
Quarks. Cosmic radiation. There was a UFO passing overhead trying to beam you up ... but the Leica saved you ... at the small cost of one frame.
WoW, looks like the the TV was on the blitz.
Nice shot! Like hypnosis :) keep it.
Does anybody know if I ought to get the passport out?http://farm1.static.flickr.com/249/3163921738_1814b98d71.jpgNot good!...but I don't think leaving the country will help!
Just crop off that weird stuff on the top half and you'll have a fine photo.
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