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Jan 13, 2009 02:25 |  #16

pendulum15 wrote in post #7062498 (external link)
It would be much much higher than that,
21000000
and 4 are dead...
That is about 0.00002% failure rate, It is very normal
Mine has at least 10-20 dead, I don't care....



They didnt say anywhere in the literature there are 21MPs a certain number of which will be dead. I do care. Its a surprise and not one I enjoy:cry:

The bottom line is that its a complete pain to clone out


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Jan 13, 2009 03:10 as a reply to  @ I Simonius's post |  #17

The sensor clean trick seemed to work on my Rebel XTi. I had a blue dot that would appear on medium-length exposures when using ISO > 100. YMMV.




  
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Jan 13, 2009 03:27 |  #18

Muck onthe sensor is quite different to dead pixels;)


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Jan 13, 2009 03:28 |  #19

Yeah, that is pretty bad if you can see them clearly in a 800x526 picture. Let us know how it works out.


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Jan 13, 2009 03:47 |  #20

If it shows on all your shots, send the body back before it's too late.


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Jan 13, 2009 04:08 as a reply to  @ SwingBopper's post |  #21

Too late only get 7 days:cry:


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