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Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Captpegleg, May 6, 2012.
Any idea what might cause this?
Is this a one-time problem? If so I'd think it is a corrupted file.
If it happens on several photos you have a problem with the electronics that reads the sensor in the camera.
Do u have an external flash or battery grip? If they were loose, perhaps a power spike occurred while writing the file?
Did u shoot a bunch of pictures in a row? Maybe the card was too slow and corrupted a few images?
Or just a bad card?
I know I've seen sensors do funky stuff when experiencing physical shock - bump the camera or lens while snapping away?
Or just a random error, ...
Are your kids radioactive?
Another questio, what camera is this?
the camera is a Nikon d700 with an AF-S Zoom-Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8G ED
Thanks for the responses. It happens with both my D700 and D3. I use Aperture and the problem shows in that application when I start editing. I thought at first it might have been a bad card but now I feel like it's something to do with Aperture.