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Little red dots in shooting modes

I Just discovered 2 little tiny 1-2 pixel sized red dots on my screen during shooting modes (all of them)and the really weird thing is that the dots are stationary during optical zoom, but once the digital zoom takes over, the dots are enlarged and move with the "Zooming"... they are not appearing on the pictures in review mode (Phew!) but are annoying when trying to take a pic. i have not dropped my camera or damaged it in anyway...so i am baffled. The guy i called at the extended warranty company told me it may be a software issue, but the manufacturer is closed until Monday... any ideas?

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  • gailsky12 Apr 09, 2009

     i have the same problem.. i bought an Olympus FE-360 in the US but i have seen teh dots when I got back here in the Philippines. Maybe somebody can help me about this.. Thanks in advance.


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Hi mindy,

there is absolutely nothing to worry about. thry may b the dead pixels in your lcd screen.

go on, click ur pictures. they will not show up in the final photographs or the printed ones.

there's no need to worry.

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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