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    Strange Banding issue when recording to CFast Card on Canon C200
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    Has anyone had this kind of issue on the C200, recording to CFast Cards? https://vimeo.com/467845745/d2cdc2fa61


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    Over a dozen times on a Blackmagic camera, but I've personally never seen it on any Canon camera.


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    That's not banding, but not right, either.


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    Does it only appear at 59.94?


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    Seen something similar on 2/3" cameras in the past. One case I recall was one of the boards had to be reseated along with making sure the board connectors were also well seated.

    Chris Young.


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    I saw a similar looking issue in a review (can't remember what camera). Lines showed up in heavily shadows, do to the sensor lines being used for auto focus detection.

    Did you use a nd filter or were you riding the shutter hard? Most likely somethings wrong with the camera. I don't own or use the c200 so take comments with a grain of salt.
    Last edited by Peter C.; 10-14-2020 at 12:20 AM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cyvideo View Post
    Seen something similar on 2/3" cameras in the past. One case I recall was one of the boards had to be reseated along with making sure the board connectors were also well seated.

    Chris Young.
    This could very well be the issue as a slightly disconnected CFast reader/bay in a Blackmagic produced the malfunction in my use case (IIRC).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter C. View Post
    I saw a similar looking issue in a review (can't remember what camera). Lines showed up in heavily shadows, do to the sensor lines being used for auto focus detection.

    Did you use a nd filter or were you riding the shutter hard? Most likely somethings wrong with the camera. I don't own or use the c200 so take comments with a grain of salt.
    Only the internal ND Filter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NorBro View Post
    This could very well be the issue as a slightly disconnected CFast reader/bay in a Blackmagic produced the malfunction in my use case (IIRC).
    Is it possible that the CFast Card was not seated fully?


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    Quote Originally Posted by NorBro View Post
    Over a dozen times on a Blackmagic camera, but I've personally never seen it on any Canon camera.
    Was it under hot conditions? This was filmed when it was about 98F. Later the camera was fine and filmed raw with no problems.


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