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Old Apr 18, 2005, 4:42 PM   #1
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after weeks of trying and testing I endet up with the Casio EX-P700. This is the digicam that fits my needs almoust exactly. Only the movie-mode could be better ;-) Now, after my new digicam arrived, I noticed that it has a stuck pixel shining bright white (in factit is a block of 9 stuck pixels) on the CCD. It can be seen clearly on any picture. After reading in many forums I am afraid that I have to accept this; what do you think ? For me it is not acceptable to have a white spot on any picture. Did you ever noticed issues regarding dead-, hot- or stuck-pixels on the P600/P700 ?



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Old Apr 21, 2005, 8:07 AM   #2
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9 is because the bayer pattern, 1 pixel has only 1 color-component, so surrounding pixels are affected. You should get it the service, they will set that pixel to be interpolated (you won't notice that), or maybe they change it (don't know how old is it, and how generous in the shop they are)
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Old Apr 22, 2005, 7:26 AM   #3
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I have similar situation :roll:.
Here you can see some: http://casio.desteem.org/sets/dead/

I contaktedmy camera dealer and he gaved me the Casio repair number. I called for those guy's and they gaved me an adress where I can send the camera for free. First they will try the software thing, and if that doesn't work thay will change the optics/camera.

They promised that they will send the camera back in one day, so it should take much time. Let's see what is the out come...
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