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ScouseNerd   Toronto, CA  Registered since 02nd Jan 2013 Wed 02-Jan-13 04:53 AM
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Thanks Marty!

My friend was using it when this started, he says he was using primarily the portrait mode, but it happens in all. Flash was on yes, but the shutter speeds were just presets - nothing fancy. Flash off also does this.

Here is a link to an example of the problem. Seems the top corners are also rounded off. It looks like something has just slipped but not that I can see.

http://img706.imageshack.us/img706/347/dsc0894l.jpg

  

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