I’m sure someone has had this problem too. Is it the card or card-reader?

I’m sure someone has had this problem too. Is it the card or card-reader?

  1. alexcalish said: f-stoppers posted about lasers from concerts potentially damaging sensors. And their examples looked similar.
  2. williamhessphoto said: That does suck, I hope you got it figured out! Like Jesuisperdu said, they do look good grouped together like that. Everybody else already had really good suggestions, sorry I can’t add anything worthwhile.
  3. nullcycle answered: Try uploading directly from the camera…or try another reader…if the issue is still there it may be that you need a new card.
  4. latelofts answered: i would say thats the card. have you tried uploading another card?
  5. ghost-of-algren said: I’m guessing card, but try a different reader to be sure
  6. nickgerber said: …to capture the files. That should answer your question. Also, check another card with a couple snaps in the camera. It may be a bent pin in the camera too.
  7. jesuisperdu answered: sorry it’s being all weird, but the glitches are weirdly effective when grouped together.
  8. toallthings said: most likely the card, do you format the card in-camera after every upload? (if not, you should)
  9. nickgerber answered: Do they look right in the back of the camera? Try plugging the camera directly into the computer and using something like Lightroom …
  10. nickjojola answered: ugh, its only happened to me when I haven’t formatted the card after a few uploads. hope it all works out.
  11. melachew answered: try a different card and if the same thing happens then it must be the card reader
  12. tammymercure answered: Probably the card, but it is worth trying it in another reader. :/ Sometimes they will open in PS and re-saved.
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