DxO Prime Noise Reduction -- Dead Pixels?
I'm using DxO more and more for fine tuning, and some older images are really benefitting from the Prime noise reduction. But I wonder about the setting for "Dead Pixels." It is always set at a default of 24. But as far as I know, I never really have any dead pixels in any of my digital cameras. Is this an obvious thing, or is it a subtle thing that would show up "in the noise" as it were? I always slide it down to zero. Could the slider have a benefit? Harm? Can I just ignore it?
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