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Spot on lens

Yesterday I bought a new canon sx1 is.
I noticed a little spot on the lens (about half a square cm surface), which is not shown on the pictures until now. The spot was not altered after wiping with soft cloth. What should I do?

Thanks in advance,

Dimitris

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Best thing to do is take it back from where you purchased the camera and ask for a exchange or you money back .

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