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Blue cross pixels in photos and video - P3

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by KeepItRheol, Jun 11, 2015.

  1. KeepItRheol

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    Hi everybody - new P3 Advanced user here. Did our first test flights yesterday and it was brilliant!
    Looking through photos and video, I noticed some weird marks. These are not single pixels, they are bars and spots (white vertical bars, and blue spots with white crosses inside) spanning several pixels. They appear in darker areas of photos, but different areas in each photo so I don't think it's a sensor problem.

    Can anyone help me identify and correct the cause of this?

    Many thanks


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    Zoomed in on weird white bars (upper) and blue patches with white crosses (below)

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    Zoom in on a few:

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  2. mmee1992

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  3. bobmyers

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    Really weird???:oops:o_O:confused:
     
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  4. mmee1992

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    But really though. That is weird. I hope they get it sorted for you.
     
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  5. DrChris

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    Try the DJI Cleaner app which can be found on the DJI site
     
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  6. KeepItRheol

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    Thanks, tried that and it actually increased the number of weird pixels. Will keep messing with it and see if I can make it work.

     
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    Have you shooted in DNG or JPG ?
     
  8. Ingsoc75

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    You're not viewing it in Lightroom or another app that can display dark areas in blue?
     
  9. KeepItRheol

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    The funny pixels are visible in jpg and in dng (photoshop)
    I don't have lightroom
     
  10. gfredrone

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    Possibly a bad sensor or other camera hardware part? Send it back... Or God may be speaking through your phantom.