In this paper, we propose a new unsupervised change detection method designed to analyze multispectral remotely sensed image pairs. It is formulated as a segmentation problem to discriminate the changed class from the unchanged class in the difference images. The proposed method is in the category of the committee machine learning model that utilizes an ensemble of classifiers (i.e., the set of segmentation results obtained by several thresholding methods) with a dynamic structure type. More specifically, in order to obtain the final “change/no-change” output, the responses of several classifiers are combined by means of a mechanism that involves the input data (the difference image) under an iterative Bayesian-Markovian framework. The proposed method is evaluated and compared to previously published results using satellite imagery.