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To sensor experts,

Do any of you  see a defect line ( would be on upper zone , so in the lower part of the sensor) on this picture ? 

For the story, it  was taken as a test of the M-P 240  I am selling, at f/16  ISO 200 on tripod.  I sent it in DNG to a potential buyer who tells me he sees a horizontal line in upper zone.

Cropping to 1:1 and 2:1 with LR,  I absolutely don't see any defect except some dust in different places.

Thank you for your opinion . 

 

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23 hours ago, Gelatino said:

To sensor experts,

Do any of you  see a defect line ( would be on upper zone , so in the lower part of the sensor) on this picture ? 

For the story, it  was taken as a test of the M-P 240  I am selling, at f/16  ISO 200 on tripod.  I sent it in DNG to a potential buyer who tells me he sees a horizontal line in upper zone.

Cropping to 1:1 and 2:1 with LR,  I absolutely don't see any defect except some dust in different places.

Thank you for your opinion . 

 

I would say the line is in the buyers pocket. He/she is looking for a way out of the deal. There is no line in the photograph.

 

 

John

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I see no line in this image, but if you would like to post to Dropbox or something the same DNG you sent the buyer that might be helpful.

Personally, as you are referring to your trading partner as a POTENTIAL buyer, I suspect that I would just say thank you and begin looking for a better buyer.  Whether you're right or wrong the guy's going to be a problem.

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I report after phone contact with Leica center, as from what I understood, a visual exam is not appropriate to find  a dead pixel.

To highlight dead pixel(s), one shoud take a picture in low light conditions (high ISO, long exposure), closing to max not being necessary, what I have done.

Result is absolutely no dead pixel on my sensor.

 

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