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Old Apr 30, 2009, 10:04 AM   #1
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Hai everybody, I purchased a brand new Sony DSC-T900. When I'm preview the image and zoom to the maximum zooming level, or If i'm preview the image from the computer at 100% crop, I found strange pixelation pattern on the pic regardless that the image is blurry or not (please observe attached images, zoomed at 100% and cropped to preserve small file size).

Does anybody can explain to me what happened here? Is it the sensor problem? Or it's normal?

Note: I already took several image with different-different settings, from low ISO, high ISO, with flash, without flash, and all comes with the same result. But less obvious on macro mode.

Thanks, any help will be appreciated.

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Old Apr 30, 2009, 10:07 AM   #2
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here's too:
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Old May 1, 2009, 6:24 AM   #6
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It's normal, with a dSRL too.
Post a entire shoot that I can see the T900 quality!
I have a T100, if you make a super crop of my photo, you have the same result.

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Old May 3, 2009, 9:44 AM   #7
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Hi, thanks for the reply.

But, so sorry, I cannot agree with you. I'm also a DSLR owner, and I definitely didn't found any pixel artifact on my 100% crop.

I also a former owner ofIXUS point-and-shoot, and it also got a few pixel artifact, but not as extrem as T900 result, and the pixel artifact only appears on low light shooting condition, and again, only a FEW, NOT AS EXTREM as my T900!

That makes me doubt, that something happend with my T900's sensor.

Here's a sample of T900 shoot using close-up mode, no flash. Focus on one of the teddy's eye.
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i have the same issue which has been bothering me since i first tried the cam. as you have it as well i'm starting to think that the camera is bad.

in the pic you see a white wall with a grey tv and black tube. or at least it should be. all you get is noise in high definition
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and here's a pic of my ps3 controller
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could you please upload a sample video as well? here's one of mine in case you are interested:

http://rapidshare.com/files/226788112/swans.mp4

the most annoying thing is that you hear noise when you touch the zoom wheel. having the zoom wheel close to the mics was not a good design decision. the vids themselves are rather good.
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