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  1. #1 FIRMWARE UPDATE 7.1 ISSUE - dead pixel cluster in sensor after update 
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    After updating Scarlet W from 7.1 beta to 7.1.1 release I got random clusters of dead/hot pixels in my image. Thought at first it was dirt on the OLPF but soon learned it was the firmware. Quickly reverted back to 7.0.4 since 7.1 beta isn't available anymore. Which is a shame because atleast on Scarlet W, 7.1 beta was flawless including all it's new features.

    Was able to reproduce the problem twice when updating to 7.1.1, and fix it again when rolling back. Possible to re-release FW 7.1 Beta (or anyone still have it locally for SW?).

    Anyone else experiencing dead pixel clusters in image/sensor/monitor after updating?

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    Have you tried calibrating the sensor after firmware update, which you are instructed to do with any firmware update?
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    It’s not a black shade issue
    Quote Originally Posted by andrewhake View Post
    Have you tried calibrating the sensor after firmware update, which you are instructed to do with any firmware update?
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    Have you reached out to RED Support yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex.E View Post
    Have you reached out to RED Support yet?
    I have, but still waiting on a reply
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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewhake View Post
    Have you tried calibrating the sensor after firmware update, which you are instructed to do with any firmware update?
    Yes I've blackshaded the sensor. I wouldn't start a thread about the issue otherwise.
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    Black shading does not fix the issue
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    Nope. Definitely firmware.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mestizo Devon View Post
    Black shading does not fix the issue
    Did you send a R3D into support? Thinking of sending one in but not crazy about installing again Incase they get stuck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kris Tait View Post
    Did you send a R3D into support? Thinking of sending one in but not crazy about installing again Incase they get stuck.
    I have sent a few in also I have been back and forth with the firmware....
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