I am using the ML version 2014Oct08.60D111 for one month now. When I was going through my images some days after shooting I noticed artifacts in some images which resemble partly burned-in features (faint dark and light silhouettes of objects) from a previous image. First I was surprised and almost deleted the image, but when I looked into the raw file I found no problem with the data. I never shoot only jpegs, so I don't know if this would occur there also (which would be more serious as this would render the image useless). In camera, the 'Autumn Hues' profile from canon is applied, but otherwise I don't think I use noteworthy settings. The effect doesn't occur very often and so far I found that only images with a strong blue sky show this. Unfortunately, I have no recipe to reproduce this effect consistently. Most image show no noticeable artifacts. The problem does not occur all the time with blue skies, and after shooting several images the artifacts are gone even in the same scene. I shoot in live view rather often, but I do not remember if the particular images where shot in live view or not. I think at least some images which show these artifacts were shot the usual way. I will try to experiment more when I get the effect to appear again in a test-friendly setting.
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