D7100 Banding Issue...

Started Apr 15, 2014 | Discussions thread
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In reply to GaryR57, Apr 17, 2014

GaryR57 wrote:

blue_cheese wrote:

Is the example of the banding we speak of, you will see that the pulled image is covered in horizontal line patterns of noise, the noise pattern is in streaks (bands) running horizontally. As you see some think it is perfectly acceptable, since any image pulled that much would show some sort of abhorrent noise, regardless if it was in line bands, circles, squares, triangles, or other shapes that rock your boat.

If you plan to underexpose by that much and pull the image back into existence, this camera may not be for you. The older D7000 seemed to fare better since the noise did not have such a distinct pattern it simply did not strike as obviously.

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That was a good example and is my first time seeing such.

But the OP stated in a response to me:

"I see subtle "banding" in normal pictures."

I wish that he (or someone) would post an example of banding in normal pictures.


No real shadow pushing

The banding is obvious for him but a little work can make it a non-issue.

I know what it looks like so it stands out for me, as well. Curse of knowing

Most obvious in the shadow area low and left of the child's lips.

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