Help with S100 sensor

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dave61
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Help with S100 sensor
8 months ago

I'm getting a vertical line down the RHS of the image (zoom to see). No apparent issues with lens. Is this a sensor flaw? Thanks for any advice on this.

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No thoughts?

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That looks more like a scratch in the wall you've photographed than any lens/sensor issue.

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Thanks but no, the mark is consistent through all shots.

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dave61 wrote:

Thanks but no, the mark is consistent through all shots.

It could be the sensor but equally could be the memory card.  BTW your sensor appears to be covered with fluff.

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dave61 wrote:

I'm getting a vertical line down the RHS of the image (zoom to see). No apparent issues with lens. Is this a sensor flaw? Thanks for any advice on this.

My guess is that it's the sensor. A row of pixels that becomes a curve after distortion correction. Probably too expensive to fix. You won't see it if changing the aspect ratio to 1:1.

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brianj wrote:

dave61 wrote:

Thanks but no, the mark is consistent through all shots.

It could be the sensor but equally could be the memory card. BTW your sensor appears to be covered with fluff.

Brian

Thanks, Brian,

The fluff was probably on the blank surface  used. I'll try a different card.

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