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Strange yellow splodge!

teefin1

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I just got a Konica Hex 50mm 1.7 and generally very happy with it, I probably prefer it to the others. A couple of the photos ive taken have had a mottled effect or yellow splodge/cast in them like this:

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But, im not sure its the lens, I think ive seen it before with this camera.

Has anyone experienced similar on Nex cameras or certain lenses? I know that some are meant to be radioactive and can produce a yellow cast, do the Konicas fall into that category? :confused:

Tracy
 

nianys

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Hmm, weird. I did have a yellow radioactive Super Tak but the yellowing was global, not selective to one part of the image. I'm a little baffled here.
 

Bimjo

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Ummm… you're sure it isn't actually on the kid? I know, not helpful, but I'm in a weird mood this morning. ;)

What are your camera settings for this shot? Does it do it all the time at those settings, or is random/not tied to specific settings?
 

teefin1

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Ummm… you're sure it isn't actually on the kid? I know, not helpful, but I'm in a weird mood this morning. ;)

What are your camera settings for this shot? Does it do it all the time at those settings, or is random/not tied to specific settings?

Ha,ha, if Ty was that colour i'd know where the JD has been disappearing (I always suspected my husband actually ;P)

I'm not sure of the settings off hand but will make a note for future ref, and will check the lens to adapter to mount. I mentioned it really because i recall (vaguely) that its happened before. I think i will stick the Sigma on for a few days and see if it occurs again, if not go back to the Konica and rule it out that way.

I changed the pic to black and white and there is no sign of it.
 

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