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Dark Spot Appears in Photos

I got this camera at Christmas of 2007 after my A350 died. Love the camera and I got the 2 year warranty this time. :-) The only thing that is going wrong with the camera is that sometimes when I take photos, there will be a dark 'blur' on the lower right of the photo. It is there when I am shooting in macro mode and normal mode. Sometimes when I zoom in and then back out, it disappears, sometimes it doesn't.

It appears both on the LCD screen and in the photos. It's enough to just bug me. Most of the time I can crop it out of the photos, but this is a (fairly) new, expensive camera. I've cleaned the lens with a micro fiber cloth and an alcohol prep pad. I've left the battery go dead and charged it.

It is almost like a piece of dust somehow got in under the lens or something. Help!

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This could be from a couple of things. One is a picture that was taken in bright sunlight that burned the image cell. The other also is an image cell issue not related to sun exposure, Precision Camera Digital Camera Repair Video Camera Repair is a place that I recommend.

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