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Unfortunately this is a permanent damage on the screen display - it needs to be replaced. The LCD glass has a cracked - the black spot is the crack. It should not effect your pictures when you take them.
Well, not sure if you got it resolved yet but the same thing happened to me. Brought it back and got it fixed under warranty. You'll most likely see more gray circles appear over time. They don't affect the picture but they are annoying. Cheers Dan
My Nikon was having the same problem with the stationary black spot. I used a can of Dust Off ( the original compressed gas duster). I just removed the lens and held the camera upside down (lens facing the floor) and blew my compressed air inside and my black spot disappeared. Just a thought you might like to know !! Good luck.