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Dead pixel or dust?

On my Panasonic lumix fz5 on every picture is visible small dod wich I gues could be either dead pixel or dust. Could U advise what to do?

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  • korbenn Nov 27, 2007

    I also have a very small red dot in the centre of the pictures, altough it seems to be undetectable in every picture (probably because of different colors in separate pictures, red won't show against red backgroung etc.)

    Is it with certainty a dead pixel and if not then what can I do about it?

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Sir ,its not dead pixel .this is dust u contact any local repairer

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