I have a 5-year old D700 that I've had great service from over the years. However, recently I've noticed that a line has started to appear at the bottom of some of my images. It looks like a thin row of messed up pixels that runs horizontal about 1/4 from the bottom of my landscape-oriented shots. It seems to only appear on one of several hundred images so far. I only shoot in uncompressed RAW & 14-bit color depth, so my files are 23 - 24MB in size. Has any one else experienced this issue on their D700 or any other Nikon model? If so, what do I stop it?
First, you will resize your image to 1200 pixels on the long side at 300kb maximum size. Second, you will click on "Reply" shown at the bottom right of your original post, Then you will upload your image by the "click here to choose your attachments" and follow the prompts.
"Great things are not done by impulse but by a series of small things brought together." Vincent Van Gogh
Thanks Gerold for posting my image to the chat stream. I need to add that this image was shot on a recent trip during which I took well over 500 images. While I'm still previewing all the images I shot, so far this is the only one I noticed with the red lines through the bottom. I have seen this before on perhaps 2 or 3 other images I've shot over the past 6 months or so. I'm really puzzled as to what's making it occur.
Hey Gerold, actually I have five different C cards that I use. If I remember correctly, on my last trip I used a new Lexar 16MB card I just bought and two of my older Lexar 16MB cards from 2009. I'll double check to see if I still kept the images from the cards I used after I downloaded them to my computer. If so, hopefully that will tell us something. I have found a few more images from my trip with the same line through the bottom (which is so alarming to me!). I sure hope this is due to a bad card! Thanks for your input, I'll be sure to let you & the other members know more as I do more checking of the images, cards, etc. Cross your fingers!