The x is the in every long exposure. It is not me marking the spot. It's a cluster of dodgy pixels. I did not repeatedly ignore requests. I just didn't have the camera or images to hand. I am telling the truth when I said that amazon had no problems in sending me 4 bodies. Do you doubt me? And if so, why? Canon have advised that I send them the body with faulty pixels. I have had 4 with faulty pixels.
Your attitude towards me is curious. I came here for help and instead got silenced.........
It seems that its not just me though, a quick google search revealed other silenced would be contributors to your forum.
I can't understand you having an open forum if you feel the need to berate and silence contributors.
I see your using an iPad app of some kind, and I'm wondering if that may be part of the problem. It would be highly unusual for multiple cameras to exhibit the exact same problem like that, exceptionally unusual, so there is probably another explanation. An x is an unusual formation. I'd be curious to see how the image renders if you used ACR+PS or LR.
BTW, I wasn't trying to get your thread shut down. Visual evidence, and a more active feedback loop with you actually providing some visual information and possibly trying some of our recommendations would have been far more conducive to solving your problem. And, sorry to be HONEST, but yeah, I think returning your camera FOUR times in a row over a tiny area of pixels is a little extreme. To be quite frank, I don't really believe it, but again...further investigation, with you providing visual information along the way, would have helped us zero in on the problem and solve it without requiring multiple returns and all that wasted time or money.
As for paranoid...your the one who claims you returned multiple
cameras on a dime
after freaking out over a small cluster of hot pixels (something ridiculously easy to map out and permanently eliminate)...and on an iPad app, of all things. Just sayin...