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Forums Lobby MASTER YOUR NIKON CAMERA Nikon D5000/D3000 series (Public) topic #8551
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Norman13   Riga, LV  Registered since 21st Apr 2013 Wed 31-Jul-13 08:33 PM
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"Hot pixels"



Just bought a used D5100 - very nice camera. But got one blue color hot pixel in the midle.
Can you tell me how to live with hot pixels. Maybe there is best solution?

  

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Norman13   Riga, LV  Registered since 21st Apr 2013 Sun 04-Aug-13 07:36 PM
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#1. "RE: Hot pixels"
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Really hot pixel is not a problem?
But in the case of crop or high ISO?
Please let me know your opinions and solutions!

  

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