The only image & video issues from the CGO3 have been the memory cards.
I am currently using a U3 rated card.
I have had contact issues in other cameras.
I fixed them by simply cleaning the card's contacts, then inserting & removing it a few times.
You do have a formatting option on the CGO3+ itself... and formatting in the camera eliminates any compatibility issues.
Your original post states that the DNGs are not affected... so you are capturing in the JPG+DNG mode, correct? Have you tried switching to the JPG only mode to see if the corruption still persists?
Also ultimately you are not losing any images because the DNGs are not corrupting... of course you can still create JPGs from the DNGs... I might add, a much better resolution JPG version, than is obtainable from the in-camera JPGs.
Hi folks. Has anybody seen this before, or know the reason? I shoot in RAW & JPG with my TH + CGO3+. Occasionally I get a corrupted JPG image, but the accompanying RAW image is fine. It's not a huge problem, as I normally process the RAW versions anyway, but I curious as to the problem.
Try formatting the card in camera....if that doesn't work try another card. Make sure the specs on the card are high enough.
Try @Sureshot's suggestion and clean the contacts to eliminate oxidation from the equation.
Also, it has been suggested... try formatting with the card in the CGO3+. If that does not correct the issue, try another card... preferably with sufficient write specs... 80 Mb p/s write speed or greater would be ideal.
Sometimes when the image file is not completely downloaded, errors or corruptions can occur in JPG files. Download the photo again from the source and then access it. If the JPG file is corrupt or broken, an efficient way to repair it is through third-party software.
The Sandisk U3 card is of a high enough specification for use in a CGO3+ camera. To help eliminate the card as being faulty, slot it in to another device and take a few jpegs with it...also some video too. Doing this won't guarantee there isn't a problem with the card but if the pictures you take are similar to those taken with your CGO3+ then you will know it's the card and not anything to do with the CGO3+.