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    Question Black Spot on Photos

    Does anyone know what causes a black spot to appear on the photos? Its NOT the lenses, they have been cleaned and have taken photos w/out the lenses as well.

    I've also cleaned the inside flap of the cam and the mirror.

    please reply.

    thank you,
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    Default Re: Black Spot on Photos

    Can you upload one of your photos or provide a link?
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    Default Re: Black Spot on Photos

    If you taken a picture without the lens, then you must have a DSLR, so you probably got dust on your sensor(not the mirror or flap but the actual sensor) or you got a dead spot in your sensor, ie: some pixels not working anymore. These are highest possibilities without more information.

 

 

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