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Ghostly and Ring white Spots

Hello i just wanted to get help about the photography with my nikon S1 Cool pix , evrytime i click pictures at night or dim light i get a white ring spots on the picture , how do i get them or what is the best way to avoid getting them coz they spoil the pictures. thanks

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  • duster2736 Mar 29, 2008

    i have small spots on some of my pictures using a coolpx3500

  • christo_raj Jan 02, 2009

    I am also experiencing the same. Have you fixed it?

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One day I was taking a picture of my little sister and my mom.When i looked at the picture i noticed six little white circles all around the same area.I've heard of orbs before and used to get them in my pictures all the time at my old house.(My sister see's ghost.)She said that one time when she was home alone she saw a little girl in our living room,the same room that we hear noises from at night.But tell me this:if orbs are just dust particles and dirt,then why don't I get them in all of my other pictures and not only in my living room.Care to explain?

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It could be your geting pics of the dead you no like sols an stuff i us to get that an i asked my friend an thats what he sed

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