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    Can someone try going into a dark room, covering the camera lens when the ultra wide camera is activated, and see if you notice light bleed or leakage on the view finder to the upper left or anywhere else in the viewfinder when in 3:4 aspect ratio and no filter on? I notice slight light leakage onto the screen if you look around the edges of the viewfinder. You don't have to cover the lens because it is noticeable in really low indoor light conditions or if the room is extremely dark. The other two lens under the same conditions seem fine meaning the viewfinder is pitch black with no white light leakage. Just wondering if anyone else notice. It's very slight.
    10-20-2019 05:27 AM
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    10-20-2019 08:33 AM
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    Haven't noticed on my s10+
    10-20-2019 08:34 AM
  4. Rukbat's Avatar
    If you go into a totally dark room (like a darkroom) with a digital camera, with the ISO up high enough, you'll see the same "light leak". It's not light, it's the noise produced by the CCD sensor. (There's no such thing as a totally noise-free high-ISO sensor.)
    10-20-2019 01:23 PM

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