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kelth78

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I am wondering why my night shot has "blue" dot in the sky area ? Some shots does not have it.....Any expert can advise ?

 

kelth78

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I doubt so. Have tried taking shots from different angles and the "blue" dot doesn't exists....

Initially, I thought it's light entering from my view finder. But after using the viewfinder cover, the "blue" dot still exists...
 

ZerocoolAstra

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try taking in a completely dark room, and see if that blue dot still appears. If so, it may be a problematic photosite on the sensor.
 

kelth78

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Thanks for your tips. Have tried and no "blue" dot.... :)
 

coolthought

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glare? there is some strong lighting in the photo...
 

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Is it always at the same spot on ur different pics ?
 

daredevil123

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Did you take off the UV/protector filter when taking the shot? May just be ghosting from your filter. It is advisable to take off any filters when shooting at night.
 

Rashkae

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It's glare from the bright light at the MRT station. Note that it's at the exact opposite of that light from the center of the image. So it's probably a reflection off the UV filter.
 

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