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Old Jan 31, 2013, 12:13 AM   #1
alexxk
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Dead Pixel on T3i?? Help me identify.

I need help to identify what this is.

I noticed while passing some pictures I took at night that 1 star would not move lol...this one was static... I zoomed in and boom, a blank pixel.. then I went back to other sets of phtoos from previous days and there it was with different lens as well.

Looks like this was not a problem in the first 30 days of use as those photos do not have this problem. Could this have happened after purchased? A blank pixel, dead or hot pixel.. what is this? It seems bigger than just 1 pixe though.. looks like a set of pixels..

If it is something bad with the sensor, should I send it to Canon?

Thanks



Here is another image at 1000% zoom


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Old Jan 31, 2013, 12:32 AM   #2
Laird Knox
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I saw that on a Canon camera over the summer in a night photography class. There were hundereds of the little checkerboards in that case. Nobody could explain it. It was like Ralston-Purina had setup shop on the sensor.
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Old Feb 1, 2013, 06:59 AM   #3
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i have a 600d, i only get a hot pixel when using higher iso's like 400 and over

luckily i never need go that far.
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