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    So I uploaded a photo saying it was snow shot and the screener saying its "dust spots" and "Bad Quality" when the snow gets really close to the lens it looks like its snow so I am not sure about who is doing what and if they know its dust spots. this is the questions I raised last time.

    You can take a look in the photos I uploaded as the snow gets in front creates these dust-like specs

    Yes I know there's a contrast issue someone told me I will fix that







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    I'm not a screener but the first image shows that your sensor has a lot of dust spots.

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      The snow and dust spots are 2 completely different things. It is very clear that it's snowing and the snow flakes are elongated strips due to motion blur. The dust spots on your sensor are round and are not affected by motion blur. Your sensor appears to be covered in dust so I would suggest you clean it so as not to attract dust spot rejections going forwards.

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        Originally posted by Danwashere View Post
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        So I uploaded a photo saying it was snow shot and the screener saying its "dust spots" and "Bad Quality" when the snow gets really close to the lens it looks like its snow so I am not sure about who is doing what and if they know its dust spots. this is the questions I raised last time.

        You can take a look in the photos I uploaded as the snow gets in front creates these dust-like specs

        Yes I know there's a contrast issue someone told me I will fix that






        Contrast on that one is unfixable. It also looks backlit.

        Whatever you do, get that sensor cleaned. One of the dirtiest I've ever seen.

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