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White spots I experience white spots on a lot of my pictures taken with my fz5. Is it a problem or is it normal with digital camera ? Does anyone have the same problem ? What do you advise ? here is a link with exemples. (Hope it works) http://www.photim.net/nci/photo.php3?Code=20050526103017rezyst&O=0 1) in the main picture, just bellow the hull of the boat in the front under the water on a green sea bed there is a white spot 2) In the first crop (left, top side) 3 white spots in the left bottom corner and 3 others in the right up corner. Just bellow an other smaller crop of the same right up corner with 4 white spots : one with a long vertical square shape. 3) Crop with legs : a more or less wide withe spot on each leg. 4) Crop with a square grey in the middle of water : square water is it possible ? 5) the light reflected on an aluminium label is not a white star but is converted into a white spot. 6) the light reflected by rearview mirrors are also converted into white spots, spread by the blur. I hope my english is not too bad, and clear enough to enable you to give me answers on these points. What do you think ?

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In addition, flash lighting dust doesn't make a white spot, but a fuzzy whitish circle (out of focus). The image underneath is still visible, but distorted. These are definitely not flash reflecting on dust.

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In which case I am puzzled as to what they are if they are not supposed to be there. I have read of problems with flash lighting up dust particles in the air, but these are not flash photos.

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These spots are not pixel size. They must be objects which were there.

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Do some test shots - are they always in the same place? deliberately underexpose. If so, they are probably so called "hot pixels" which is another way of saying defective - return it.

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