Would it be possible to check this behavior on a different camera card and let us know if it still shows you corrupted images?
Thanks for commenting, going to test several cards this afternoon on both the 5D III and my 7D II. Think you are on to something because having real flicker problems on most of my Lexar CF cards with video on the 7D 2. Can't imagine what could have happened on my way home from Chile but think something did.
OK, this is getting even more bizarre. I took pictures on 5 different cards on the 5D III, one of which was the problem.
When I downloaded them on my Mac, after downloading the most recent updates, ALL of the photos were clear in Lightroom. The ones from the IdX Mark II are still colored but the jpegs are fine. So my first question, doesn't the most recent version of lightroom from the creative cloud have the ability to read 1DX Mark II images and display them?????????????????????
Now, for the more bizarre, then I went and uploaded them on my Windows desktop. They are all covered by the same strange colors, same camera, same cards, different computer and one works, one does not.
When I went to make sure I had the most recent update through lightroom on my windows machine through creative cloud it asked me if I wanted to start my free trial??? My account does not need to be repaid until May 30, 2017.
Do you think it would help if I remove copies of my software and redownload them. This all makes no sense to me other than my software some how became corrupted on my desktop.
Thanks for your reply.
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I don't think reinstalling is going to solve the problem. Can you post a screenshot showing one of the problem images?
Thanks for the update.As JimHess said post a screenshot of the corrupt images. 1dx mark 2 supported since Lightroom 6.5.
Please log out from Creative cloud app and log back in to resolve the "Trial" error. See Sign in and sign out to activate or deactivate Creative Cloud apps
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These images are an indication that there is a hardware malfunction somewhere in the production line of those images. It could be the camera, the card, the card reader or cable, etc. You indicated that the images displayed corrupted on the Windows computer. That would seem to suggest that it isn't a hard drive issue. The fact that you can see the image, although corrupted, shows that the camera is supported by your version of Lightroom. Otherwise, you wouldn't be able to import the image at all.
Thanks Jim, that's very helpful, I'll try another card reader because I'm totally stumped that they work in LR on my MAC but not my Desktop.
Then I misread one of your previous comments. If the images display correctly on your Mac but not on the Windows computer then I would suspect that you have a problem with the hard drive. Do you see the corrupted images in the import dialog, or is it just after they have been imported to the hard drive?