Are bigger pixels less noisy?

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Eric Fossum
Eric Fossum Senior Member • Posts: 1,517
Re: Topic changed to noise reduction
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J A C S wrote:

Since you shoot JPEG, I think Topaz would be your best choice. I personally did not like it much but that was "a version ago", I have not tried the most recent one. It could not remove some hot pixels, for example.

You know, those hot pixels, assuming there are only a handful, are like a watermark or signature that uniquely matches your photo to you, forever, in a photo-forensic sort of way  That could be useful and so you might not want to suppress them!

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