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Hi Everyone,

 

I recently notice a small/short black line at the edge of images taken with M9P. I’m not sure what causes the fault. 
 

Can anyone please have at these 2 images, and share your thoughts? Thank you.

 

- Chris

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Welcome. I cannot see a thing on such small images....

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Hi, 

 

I wanted to post the Raw File (DNG), but there was maximum capacity (0.49MB) for uploading a picture. I uploaded the files from my android. 

 

Can you please tell me how to upload the DNG file? Thank you.

 

 

- Chris

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Can't upload .DNG files here. They can be uploaded to some other websites, and then post a link here.

However, for solving your problem, this probably isn't necessary.

I assume that if you are using a digital camera, you also have an image editing program (Photoshop, LightRoom, other). Here's how to provide a high-res sample within the 500Kb limit.

- CROP the picture to the area affected - we don't need to see the whole room for you to show us the line plus some surrounding image.

- Convert the cropped picture to a jpg., with moderately-high compression.

I post pictures here all the time at 1200 pixels x 800 pixels, appropriately converted to jpg format, that fit in the 500Kb limit.

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By happenstance, yesterday I downloaded a large number of files (M9 and M-P) from my latest trip. One of the files displayed a short black stripe towards the bottom right corner – I had clicked the 100% view for that particular image. I wondered what it might be and went to the next image (same subject) and saw no black stripe; went back to the 'striped' image, I might have been in  Develop rather than Library, and the stripe was gone, and has not returned.  "Mystère et boule de gomme!" (Mystery and bubble gum bubble).

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Hi Everyone,

 

Thank you so much for responding. I attached the photos, linked to my Vsco; i hope all can have a look. 
 

When picture in landscape mode, the line is at top left. 
When picture in portrait mode, the line is at top right; as i tilted the camera clockwise. 
 

https://vs.co/qqgBuCzH82

https://vs.co/d8McFQeJ82
 

 

Thank you all again. 
- Chris

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repaired links

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If what I see is correct look at your sensor for a cracked cover glass providing the lens glass has no defects.

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31 minutes ago, jdlaing said:

If what I see is correct look at your sensor for a cracked cover glass providing the lens glass has no defects.

I agree that it looks like a cracked sensor cover glass. The sensor has to be replaced. 

The line is quite sharp, so it can not be caused by the lens.

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Agree, cracked sensor, we haven't seen that for a while.

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