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Old January 8th 05, 04:46 PM
Jimmy Smith
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Default where is the dust on a sensor?

If I look at a picture and the dust spot is in the upper right, is the dust
on the sensor actually in the lower right or somewhere else?


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Old January 8th 05, 06:15 PM
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Jimmy Smith wrote:
If I look at a picture and the dust spot is in the upper right, is
the dust on the sensor actually in the lower right or somewhere else?

Lower right.

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Old January 9th 05, 01:25 PM
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"Ken Davey" wrote in message
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Jimmy Smith wrote:
If I look at a picture and the dust spot is in the upper right, is
the dust on the sensor actually in the lower right or somewhere
else?

Lower right.


You meant lower left (I assume, because that's where it is).

Bart

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Old January 9th 05, 01:25 PM
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"Ken Davey" wrote in message
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Jimmy Smith wrote:
If I look at a picture and the dust spot is in the upper right, is
the dust on the sensor actually in the lower right or somewhere
else?

Lower right.


You meant lower left (I assume, because that's where it is).

Bart

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Old January 9th 05, 06:17 PM
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Bart van der Wolf wrote:
"Ken Davey" wrote in message
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Jimmy Smith wrote:
If I look at a picture and the dust spot is in the upper right, is
the dust on the sensor actually in the lower right or somewhere
else?

Lower right.


You meant lower left (I assume, because that's where it is).

Bart

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Old January 9th 05, 06:17 PM
Ken Davey
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Bart van der Wolf wrote:
"Ken Davey" wrote in message
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Jimmy Smith wrote:
If I look at a picture and the dust spot is in the upper right, is
the dust on the sensor actually in the lower right or somewhere
else?

Lower right.


You meant lower left (I assume, because that's where it is).

Bart

Yup - dislexia strikes again(G).

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