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  • I may well have been in electronic shutter when it happened. I've only been shooting DNGs. We're traveling back home to Vermont and should be back by mid- next week. I'll try a couple of other scenarios when we get home. Fortunately nothing is evident in the files once they have been opened up in Lightroom. Only in the rear LCD screen during playback.
    Hey Carl,I have a CL question - shooting in super bright sun with very bright, very blue skies seems to cause some banding in the sky areas when the image is played back in the camera on the LCD. However, the banding isn't there when the DNG file has been downloaded to Lightroom. I'm curious if you have seen anything similar or have any thoughts about the situation.
    Thanks in advance.
    . . . David
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    Hi David. I just shot in very bright sunshine today, without noticing that. I've switched to mechanical shutter, however. Have you noticed any difference between those? Also, is there a difference from the jpeg to the dng?

    Interesting. Glad it's not showing banding in the dng file!
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