Hot Pixels - how do these numbers look?
Started Jan 13, 2012 | Discussions thread
Shorthand • Senior Member • Posts: 2,972
Re: Hot Pixels - how do these numbers look?
In reply to DaddyG • Jan 16, 2012
Yes, the camera does dark frame subtraction automatically for long exposures. Your raw processor will also safely ignore the occasional hot pixel - which may be why you never saw it - you only see it in the RAW files on your PC.
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