CCDs are prone to overload when including the sun in the frame, causing long streaks in some directions. I first observed this with the Leica M9, and the H4D-50 is no exception.
I suspect that no CCD-based medium format DSLR is free of this issue.
This is a real bummer, because I like to be able to include the sun in my images.
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