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How does CANON Banding look like?

Here are a few examples of the so called CANON Banding, just to show how it looks like. I had to stretch a lot to get some.

I am really happy, that CANON Banding is not an issue for me. But since I got an old article where i wrote about Canon Banding where the was none, I wanted to show how it really looks like.

Where does CANON Banding come from?

This is nothing I could really talk about. CANON Banding is a phenomenon that seems to be an issue on some CANON cameras in low-light, under-exposed situations. Some cameras seems to have more, other got less banding.

CANON Banding Example 2
Here is an example of CANON banding at the Pleiades. This picture was shot with a CANON 1000D at 1600 ISO and an exposure time of 15 seconds. This picture was stretched to show the banding effect.

I never had issues with it. To make some banding visible, I found some old photos with very short exposure time and stretched them extremely. Those photos got asn exposure time of about 10 or 15 seconds. I have never seen CANON banding on any of my photos with exposure times longer that 30 seconds.

CANON Banding Example 3
Here is an example of CANON banding at the Orion Nebula. This picture was shot with a CANON 1000D at 1600 ISO and an exposure time of 15 seconds. This picture was stretched to show the banding effect.

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