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Is it my camera or monitor?

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do you see the lines?

In reply to: Is it my camera or monitor?

Does anyone else see the lines in the second half of the bottom image? maybe its just me that see it?

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Yes ..... But

In reply to: do you see the lines?

I am not sure what I am looking at.

It looks to me that your upload to photobucket went haywire.

I expected to see 2 separate photos.

I see two that are overlapped and cut at a 45 degree angle.

I can't make head or tail of the photo you posted.


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haha haywire

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Yea thats what i did, i zoomed out to 25% in adobe (25% size of the actual image size) then i zoomed in to 33% thats when the lines appeared i then print screen and cut at 45 and pasted it over the image that is at 25%

Do you see the lines? why would there be lines on the images at 33% but not at 25%? its odd.

Could the camera be running at the wrong frequency?

WHen i got that SVP camera it has a setting in the setup thats called "frequency" it has a 50 and 60hz setting. I tried both settings and i didnt see any difference on the SVP camera but im nto real fermiliar with minolta maybe it needs a setting similar?

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In reply to: haha haywire

I can't explain the strange display you got at one particular size.

I was not aware that digital cameras are sensitive to 50 or 60 hertz.


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