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"RE: D3000 and hot pixels"

gkaiseril Gold Member Nikonian since 28th Oct 2005
Wed 27-Jan-10 01:42 PM

Hot pixels indicate a dead photo sensor. You will find these on some new cameras and any older camera can develop them with age. You can have Nikon tech support map them out like your computer can map out bad disk sectors.

With many advanced software products, you can clone out the hot pixel from the images until you can have your camera fixed.

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A general, generic topic D3000 and hot pixels [View all] , boykee , Mon 25-Jan-10 09:58 AM
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