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Faint spot on pictures towards the bottom.

My pics have started to get a spot towards the bottom. It is not very distinct but shaded darker and roundish and you can see it even before you take a picture. I tried cleaning the lens, but my guess is that it is either on the other side of the lens or something else.

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Hi, Bring your camera to an repairshop to clean the CCD sensor, because it not a DSLR lens to must clean it inside on the surface of the CCD


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