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Strange spots that i can see on my lcd and in some pictures they are visible too, i noticed them from the beginnig but finally when i saw them on the pictures i started to be worried - especially on white or blue surfaces - canon g9

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They could be orbs / dust spots

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A blck spot on your pictures, means there is something blocking light on the sensor. Could be dirt, but more lightly is there has formed some mould.
Because you can't open a compact camera to clean the sensor, I think you can't solve this problem. Opening the camera is no option, because without skills, tools and manual, you won't be able to put the camera together. A repair shop most likely won't start the job, because the repair will cost more than a new camera.
Sorry I can't bring a more positive story.

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Small dark spot on right side of screen/lens, also showing up in photos.


Not a good sign I'm afraid to say. If the 'dark spot' is coming through into the pictures that means some pixels are not sensing light. They will look square shaped if you expand the picture on your PC.
If the lCD was faulty (or had some dead spots) this would show when focussing and taking pictures, but, would not show in the final picture.
I'm assuming you have cleaned the lens (just in case) there is a 'dirt' spot that a finger could have put there. (clean with damp soft tissue )
There is a Panasonic help site which I checked but most reported problems were USB connections and battery life etc .. Try it and ask anyway - can always ask -- Ray
http://www.retrevo.com/support/Panasonic-DMC-FH20-Digital-Cameras-manual/id/23641dj090/t/2/

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Spot on LCD & Pic


if it is in warrenty period, avail it, because any repair try may spoil the warrenty.

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If the camera operates normally and the only problem is no picture is visible on the lcd in record mode and playback mode,then the lcd needs to be replaced.

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A dark point/spot


Contact the Munufacturer or return to seller if under warranty this appaears to be a common CCD problem

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RED DOT


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If the dot is not visible in print, but only on the camera's screen, the its only the LCD that is faulty.

If the dot is visible on screens and in print, then yes, it could be the sensor. Try taking pictures without the digital zoom. Chances are the dot is only visible with the digital zoom because the picture is interpolated.

If all else fails, you can try cloning out the spot in an image editor on the computer.

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I suggest you send it back to repair shop to clean ccd area. there are fine dusts in ccd screen area that camera need to be disassemble and removed and cleaned. I do not think the LCD is the problem. Some point and shoot models dust flowing through more than some others and if I am not mistaken, it seems this model has dust problem.

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Area captured in photo different from area saw in viewfinder


Make sure you look straight through the viewfinder. Keep in mind that the area visible through the viewfinder is slightly smaller than the area captured in the photo. If you're taking a close-up or macro mode picture, turn the camera dial to the LCD mode so that you can use your LCD screen to preview your picture.

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Area captured different from viewfinder area


Make sure you look straight through the viewfinder. Keep in mind that the area visible through the viewfinder is slightly smaller than the area captured in the photo. If you're taking a close-up or macro mode picture, turn the camera dial to the LCD mode so that you can use your LCD screen to preview your picture.

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Lens cap test...


Switch on camera into Shutter mode. Put lenscap over lens or block it so you get a black LCD. Have a look at that first. Only a general indication but if there ARE any bad pixels on the LCD they will be visible as coloured dots. Not too important as THAT doesn't affect the pic but personally I would not put up with it - took one back for exchange for that reason .. who wants to look at spots. The CCD is the real one to look for. With lens still blanked off to a black screen set the shutter at 2 secs, take a pic then set at 4 secs, take another pic. You won't see much on the LCD so you should download those tests to your editior - Paintshop Pro, Photoshop or whatever. THEN you get a much bigger pic (black) to look at. You'll probably find at least one or two little spots, almost inevitable with many, but you should NOT get many and also very noticeably bad spots. If so , complain and exchange.

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