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Feather-like object on the screen

There is a feather looking object located on the left side of the screen and I can't remove it. I have tried everything. How do I remove this?

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Re: Feather-like object on the screen

You may adjsut the contrast or brightness setting of the camera or you may send in your camera to service center.

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