Thousands (BILLIONS! j/k) of hot pixels at 1/200 and ISO 6400 on D800

Started Apr 9, 2014 | Discussions thread
InTheMist Veteran Member • Posts: 3,078
Re: Thousands (BILLIONS! j/k) of hot pixels at 1/200 and ISO 6400 on D800

MickLaF wrote:

Please keep in mind that those pictures are zoomed in quite a bit, you have to since the pixels are so tiny on this sensor.

But for purposes of finding out if this is normal, could someone take a lens cap photo at 6400 1/200, zoom in until you see the pixels and compare it to the second image in the previous post?

I had a lens on it, but layed face down in a dark room.

Dark Frame, 100% Crop, D800, Shot .NEF, Default Lightroom Export

Shot in Raw, default Lightroom output.

To be honest, I think you're peeping way too hard for ISO 6400.  Your images must have been much more than 100% crop for the pixels to be that big.

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It's more important how an image looks as a thumbnail than how it looks at 100%.

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