When shooting in-camera jpgs, the files have hundreds of pink and white spots no larger than a few pixels. They are most noticeable in areas a little darker than middle gray and when using smaller apertures. But they are present in all jpgs if looking close enough. I have attached a 100% crop to show the issue. I adjusted the levels a bit to make the spots more obvious, but it is clear without adjustment. The spots appear in the exact same location in all pictures. To me they look almost like dead pixels, but the RAW files are unaffected. The same picture shot with RAW + JPG only has this issue in the jpg file.
Has anyone else noticed this problem with their camera?
Any idea what might be causing this?
I have tried shooting at all ISOs, apertures, various shutter speeds, through the viewfinder, using live view, sRBG vs Adobe RGB, noise reduction on and off, etc... all with the same results.
I just got it back from Canon after having the viewfinder alignment serviced and do not want to send it in again, but as of right now, I have no jpg functionality.
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