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I have a straight white line showing in images (small dot at end)

I have a straight white line apearing in images - it is not the lense as it appears even when I change lenses.

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You have a defective imaging chip.

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i think these problem usally occour when the glasses get old and the lenses of sun glasses get reached with the sun rays which is one of the cause for it .so i request you to replace it


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