HELP, Problem with camera or Lens???

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  1. loki.esk

    loki.esk TPF Noob!

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    I have a problem, I was takin some photos and I discover that in some small areas of the image appears to be a color problem (Like a glow in wave shapes). Can anyone tell what could be the problem? Can that problem be the camera or the lens.
    I only see the problem from 24 to 50 or 70 mm (24-120 VR) and with some specific subjects (Like this black fabric). I also have a 180 mm 2.8 ED but the problem does not appear. I don't have other wide angle lens to test if is the camera?
    I marked the area where the problem is.
    I don;t know if it is a moire problem

    I have a D70s recently new
    24-120 VR 3.5-5.6
    here is the link to the photo
    http://www.spymac.com/gallery/show_photo.php?picid=425703&size=bighttp://www.spymac.com/gallery/show_photo.php?picid=425703&size=big
     
  2. mentos_007

    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    After clicking on the link you posted I get a message that I am not allowed to veiw this picture... ty posting it on photobucket for example...
     
  3. loki.esk

    loki.esk TPF Noob!

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    sorry I will post it
     
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    Thak link contiues (all togheter)
     
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    No expert , but that looks like moire..

    sometimes if you capture something with very closerunning parralell lines, the camera can not cope with the lots of very fine contratsy lines and then gives you something called moire.

    not really camera or lens , just a combination of fine lines and magbigfication from the lens.

    I think it is also why they tell you not to wear striped or checked shirts when being video taped .

    May be worth your while to run a Google on "Moire" and learn something on the subject.

    Hanno

    PS: any ony with better explanation , feel free to correct me.
     
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    after having typed all of that , i Realise that you did ask if it is a moire problem.

    Yes I think so.

    Hanno
     
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    ksmattfish Now 100% DC - not as cool as I once was, but still

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    You might try turning off the in-camera sharpening, etc... and see if that helps.

    If this was a scan from film I'd say it looks like newton rings, but as far as I know, they are not possible with a digital camera.
     

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