Question about Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX35S Digital Camera
Could be a pixel out on the CCD (part that records the picture) or a bit of grit, turn digital zoom on, zoom till digital zoom is just enabled (first marker), then take a picture of white wall/paper, digital zoom fully, take another picture. If the spot has moved then it is the CCD, if it hasn't then it's in the lens. If it's in the lens, take white pictures but give the unit a gentle tap between pics, if it moves it's a piece of grit. Either way it will need to go for servicing. A faulty pixel can be "remapped".
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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