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Old Jun 8, 2004, 11:36 AM   #1
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I took this pic saturday night with my cx6330, notice the spots in various places on the pic, do anyone know what did this?I t also happen on other pics i took the same night. This was the first time i notice this. Thanks
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Old Jun 8, 2004, 1:14 PM   #2
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If the spots are in the same place on your other shots it could just be a dirty lens. (dried water droplets?)

If it is ramdom, could you post some other examples.

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Old Jun 8, 2004, 7:05 PM   #3
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Yeah,,,compare your other pics,,,if in the same area it could be a lot of things,,,,if just this pic shows them in these areas,,it could be reflections from the flash,,,,if consistent,,,in the same areas each time,,,it may also be hot/dead pixels,,,do a series with a tripod,,see what you get,,,in an inviroment free of reflections,,,shiny surfaces,glass,mirrors ,etc,,,,,don`t use the flash,,,just take them in a dark room to see what happens,,,i think you`ll find it`s just the flash reflecting or other reflections doing this..

Here`s a link to a program for the deadpixel test...see if the co-ordinates match in a photo editing program....


read the instructions carefully when doing this,,,you will get bad results if you do not cover the viewfinder and the lense,,,,,

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