D800 Orange Burn: Little Help, Please?

Started Jan 21, 2013 | Questions thread
Steve Bingham
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Re: D800 Orange Burn: Little Help, Please?

yray wrote:

Unfortunately I can't help you, but I think this problem has started with D7000 where I observed it many times, and it is one of the significant issues with that camera. This is not a problem in my experience with D300, 700, or 3s, but Nikon changed something in its processing pipeline afterward. I suspect this is related to them trying to boost DR. Not sure what's the low level nitty-gritty there, but under certain conditions this effect does occur, and it is ugly. Not surprised to see this in D800, probably the same underlying technology at work. All other things being equal I would prefer less DR and no such effects, but it may take Nikon to rework its current technology again before this issue goes away.

Nope. You are tilting at windmills.

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