Question about Canon PowerShot SD950 IS Digital Camera
This is what is called a "Hot pixel" and it is on the sensor itself, not on the lens. It is an "electrical" anomaly on the sensor. If the camera has a sensor or "pixel cleaning" mode, you can try that, otherwise it can be replaced under warranty, or fixed by Canon... otherwise the other option is to have a graphics program run a batch file to remove the result of the pixel with each image... you would need photoshop or something else fairly high end to use batch editing modes.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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