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I am using canon 60d for more than 1year.few months ago i suddenly saw these dots were appeared in my photos.i have tried manual sensor cleaning several number of times,but this didn't work for me.what do i need to do to get rid of this problem? A photo of the camera screen is given below....

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    Do the spots show up when you view the images on a computer? Or only on the camera's LCD screen? – Michael C Sep 21 '15 at 3:24
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You need to send your camera to service center. Unfortunately you can't solve this problem by yourself. Its so called hot pixels. I have them too. Before repairing I used RAW converter for photos

  • There are approaches to working around them — as you mention, if you shoot all RAW, it can be a non-issue. Some cameras, but I don't think the 60D, have a built-in function to map them out. – mattdm Sep 21 '15 at 16:02

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