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Old October 22nd, 2005, 11:45 PM   #106
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Hello Robert,

The incidence of SSE has lessened and I have not seen any verticle smear since the service of my camera. The initial "shock" of SSE has subsided and I
am following the posted preventative measures to minimize its occurence. I am satisfied...thanks to the JVC technician.

On a totally different and insignificant note...I was watching the tube on my HD lcd and I kept seeing a very large dead white pixel in the upper right hand of the screen. The channel was "INHD", the program " King of the Ring" ( ultimate fighting show). The dead pixel was only on this channel, in half of the shots, showing up in dark/black of the camera men was weilding an HD100...I thought it was amusing.
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Old October 22nd, 2005, 11:55 PM   #107
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I've seen quite a lot of dead pixels on TV recently, as many as 3 at a time. More cameras need the pixel masking the HD10x has
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Old October 23rd, 2005, 01:20 AM   #108
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Dear Mel,

Excellent news. Yes, the whole SSE thing feels like a past event for me as well. Is it possible for a camera to heal itself? Maybe by the using the camera for a while it have burnt in or something. Alternatively, It could just be that I have been following all the SSE recommendations on this site and just don't get the problem any more when I am shooting. In any event, I am certainly going to get it checked by JVC at the end of the month to get the latest software for the PAL version. I wanted to wait a few months to give JVC an opportunity to try and sort things out with software.

It was always one of concerns about the SSE thing that it would put people off buying this camera and that would be a great shame.

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