How to get rid of RGB burnt pixels during night time pics?

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How to get rid of RGB burnt pixels during night time pics?
4 months ago

All – I just started doing uber long night time shots starting yesterday-the last one was 1,533 seconds long J Yet, when looking at the RAW files at 100% there are endless distracting, ugly red, green and blue speckled dots/pixels=RGB dots. If anyone has encountered this, how do you remove them? For these shots I do very low ISO, but this makes more work for the D800 sensor and contributes to the problem. I could bump up the ISO to make the sensor less sensitive. I could also use noise reduction, but this would double the time for one pic. The Battery probably wouldn’t last for that one shot. Yuck. Does anyone know of a method to get rid of these RGB dots in Photoshop or other means? It’s not practical to use spot brush or healing tool as I would need to manually touch up hundreds of spots.

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