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Anyone ever experience this?9347

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I was scanning a rather large space, and experienced this strange artifact on a scan. I rescanned and it went away, but was a bit scary to happen after 9,000sf had been captured! Though it was about to crash.

Seems to be working fine now.

Just curious if any had experienced this or if this is an omen of things to come! 😮

Pro 2 camera

Thanks all
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yes. your ipad is about to explode!
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Chemistrydoc private msg quote post Address this user
Yes, I've had that happen numerous times - best advice is to delete, rescan, changing something in the pattern or the environment of the scan. But, sometimes they don't go away!
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