1. -markie-

    -markie-

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    So i had a shoot yesterday and something weird was happening from time to time.
    I'd take a picture, then quickly review it but when i zoomed in once the display would go to a load of black and white dots. If i zoomed in again or zoomed out the picture re-appeared as normal, then when zooming again it would be fine.

    The only things that have changed are:
    1) Updated the firmware to the latest version (doubtful)
    2) Writing a backup raw to card slot 2

    It was very hit and miss when it happened... anyone had anything similiar?
     
  2. -markie-

    -markie-

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    anyone :(
     
  3. gad-westy

    gad-westy

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    I thought you were referring to highlight blinkies when I first read the title but it doesn't sound like that. Do you have a pic showing the issue? Have you tried downloading the images to check they are not corrupt?
     
  4. -markie-

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    I'll try and recreate the issue tonight

    Nope, files are all fine.

    It's literally when i go to review the image:
    Take a pic > quickly review the image (press play button) > image appears > i zoom in once > goes to millions of black dots > i zoom out again image appears fine > zoom back in image is fine this time round.
     
  5. redhed17

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    If you could say which camera you have, how long you have had it, whether it was new when you got it, and maybe take a pic with your phone (if possible) if it happens again, people may have more information to try and help. :)

    I know there were some Nikon cameras where they said that you had install the firmware update twice for example.
     
  6. -markie-

    -markie-

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    Sorry you're right i should of stated the model.

    It's the D750 - was purchased brand new from panamoz, shutter count about 7k and about a year old

    Version went from 1.10 > 1.13
     
  7. GreenNinja67

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    If it's only happened since the firmware update is there any way to roll it back to the earlier version?

    It's the only thing that's changed really.
     
  8. -markie-

    -markie-

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    writing to dual cards also another thing that has changed.

    Will do my best to try and replicate tonight, then try downgrading firmware if i'm able to do so.
     

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