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x-t10 dead pixel problems

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#1 marcof

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Posted 16 August 2015 - 05:47 PM

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Hi guys. I'm wondering if any of you are having similar issues with your X-T10.

 

When zoomed into 100%, there are little clumps of white pixels (roughly 2-4px in size) appearing on the photos.

If I shoot in RAW, with the latest Camera RAW update, Photoshop/Lightroom takes care of the pixels (previous versions of PS/LR ignored the white spots).

If I shoot in-camera JPEGs, the white dots are visible.

 

I have experimented with different ISO/shutter speeds, and find that the problem is more apparent at low ISO and faster shutter speeds. Normally with dead pixels they show more on long exposures.

 

I have tried sensor cleaning as per various google searches, and it doesn't seem to fix the problem.

The camera is brand new, so dust etc shouldn't be an issue.

 

I've exchanged 2 cameras, and currently on a third (which also has the issue).

Does anyone know of a possible batch of X-T10s with a sensor defect, or has anyone experienced anything similar with any other X cameras?

 

Any help would be appreciated. Iv just converted from Canon to Fuji, and love the X series, but these spots are leaving me a little doubtful!



#2 Antony

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Posted 29 August 2015 - 09:35 AM

Just send the camera in for sensor remapping under warranty. I had a similar issue which was promptly resolved by Fuji. Your canon cameras probably had similar issues, but we're remapped before they left the factory.
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