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    what are they doing there? mirror, sensor or dead pixel etc???

    tks

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    this is because of shooting into concentrated light source.

    did you remove all filters when shooting this?

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    b+w uv filter still attached.
    will try w/o filter next time

    tks

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    Default Re: Help Spots??

    http://toothwalker.org/optics/flare.html - scroll down, nice example image about mirror ghosting, caused by the filter.
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    Default Re: Help Spots??

    Quote Originally Posted by nicotine View Post
    b+w uv filter still attached.
    will try w/o filter next time

    tks
    And please make sure the horizon is not tilted the next time too. kill 2 birds with one stone.

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    not tilted
    was testing diff settings..then saw the spots so i just snapped it.
    don c any spots after recomposing the cam on the tripod..will maybe

    anyway will try the filter thing next time

    tks for the valuable feedback, links and comments

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    it is the angle...... that affects occurence of the dots.

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    May I know your setting?

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    Tv( Shutter Speed ) 5
    Av( Aperture Value ) 7.1
    ISO Speed 100
    Shooting Mode Aperture-Priority AE

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicotine View Post
    Tv( Shutter Speed ) 5
    Av( Aperture Value ) 7.1
    ISO Speed 100
    Shooting Mode Aperture-Priority AE
    Av and Tv are the short terms of Canon for Shooting Modes. Shutter speed is usually given in fractions of seconds (e.g. 1/50s) or full seconds. Program modes like Av and Tv are easily confused at night and might need additional exposure compensation. Have you used any? Best to keep exif data intact, easier for others to check all details and give advice.
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    Oops
    Exp Comp= -1

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