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Black Spot

Hi all! I get a little dark area that appears on my images (upper left corner) when i photograph using small appertures - f8, f6.3. The same image taken with a larger apperture - f2.8 f4, does not have this area, or rather it is less pronounced. I always see this dark area on my LCD display - when i point camera toward bright subjects it becomes denser, when i point camera at low-lit subjects, the area dissolves and becomes almost not visible. Do i have burnt pixels? Does anyone know what this is? I searched the forum for this and didnt find anything. Any response is appreciated!

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