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Old Aug 10, 2002, 4:47 AM   #1
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Shot a friend's photograph using his Oly Camedia C-700UZ, the camera is at auto mode without flash,
Can anyone explain why it contains a large number of red/green/blue grains.

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Old Aug 10, 2002, 7:28 AM   #2
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The image looks fine to me - are you looking at the screen or a print of this? If you are examining the screen with a magnifying glass, the "red/blue/green" grains are the "triad" colors of phosphor on your monitor from which all images and colors are constructed. You will see the same, if this is the case, where there is no image, i.e., just looking at a blank screen.

I looked at the picture in full original size and it looks quite normal to me...

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Old Aug 10, 2002, 10:03 AM   #3
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what iso was it shot at? that info should be in the exif data. i do see the "rgb grain". if it is blown up alot this will show up.
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Looks ok to me too.

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Old Aug 11, 2002, 9:52 AM   #5
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I don't see any problems with it, even blown up to 800%.
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