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Why is there a dark spot whenever I shoot?

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On November - 30 - 2020

Dark spot

Dark spot


The same question as the title above is very commonly asked by rookie photographers in photography forums on internet.
Why is there dark spot appearing every time I shoot? Actually there are some steps you can do to get rid of such spot from your camera. Follow the steps here:
The first thing to be cleared up is whether the dark spot is present when the aim sign through view finder appears or when the result is out? Read the rest of this entry »

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