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Old Jan 16, 2006, 7:04 AM   #11
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The spotsare probablyrefections from dust in the air from the flash firing. Can't say what caused the lamp refllection. Was the flash set on slow?
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Old Jan 17, 2006, 1:13 PM   #12
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I used the flash in automatic mode, so i can't really say if this is slow or not.

Yesterday I tried to reproduce the mechanism of spots but after more then 30 pictures I gave up. No spots visible.

I just wanted to give it a try and made twoequal pictures, one with the FZ5 and one with my old Fujifilm A310. I was really surprised to see that my FZ5 generated a perfect picture (no spots) and on the picture of the A310 there was a spot visible as I saw previously on the FZ5. (see picture)

This gave my a good feeling, because the problem doesn't seem to be the camera itself but most likely it is indeed what you said, reflection from dust.

Thanks for your help,

Btw. For me it is strange that no one has seen this 'problem' before.

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