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Looks like a software issue, maybe multiframe fusion gone wrong because of the strong motion. A lot of phones are doing multiframe HDR by default, without necessarily telling the user about it.


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This sort of bug is usually caused by some computation getting truncated to fit within the range that can be represented by whatever data type they are using — likely an integer over/underflow, or perhaps an improper use of unsigned integer values at some point in the computation. It is almost certainly a bug, though it may or may not be an easy bug to fix, ...


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To me it seems dust on the sensor. Have you tried using the cleaning routine as described in the manual (pp.180)?


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If it is always in the center it could be a reflection off the sensor. This usually happens when an older lens is used, one designed before digital. Film is less reflective than a sensor. This should not happen with a modern lens under normal conditions. The key word is normal, your setup may not be not normal, it may be pushing the limit. To get detail on ...


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