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    Hi all, is this what your called hot pixels and should I get it to olympus service center for a fix?

    http://www.s3s1.com/files/P7140.JPG


    olympus c700uz


    can't get iso setting now, will add it tomorrow
    Last edited by ahbao; 15th July 2002 at 01:08 AM.

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    Default Re: hot pixels problem

    Originally posted by ahbao
    Hi all, is this what your called hot pixels and should I get it to olympus service center for a fix?

    http://www.s3s1.com/files/P7140001.JPG
    Please post ur ISO and exposure setting, and ur DC model. Thks!

    W/o these info...hard to advise u.

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    my friend say this should be allright, so I think it's ok now ...

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    Originally posted by ahbao
    my friend say this should be allright, so I think it's ok now ...
    The CCD tends to get really noisy when using higher ISO, longer exposure time, and also when the CCD is heated up after prolonged shooting.

    Some of these noise get so bright that they are mistaken for hot pixels. Usually using ISO 100 and giving sufficient cooling time will solve the problem.

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