>These are not hot pixels (mostly), rather it is a long >exposure noise - which is a type of thermal noise, not stuck >pixels. Colored spots are to be expected because in order to >get white dots all three colors (RGB) would have to be noisy >in equal amounts. Thermal noise affects pixel wells >individually - that is, red green and blue pixels are affected >separately. > >The "long exposure" noise reduction feature can be >used to mitigate this to a large extent. However, when you >use long exposure NR images take twice as long to capture >because there is the actual exposure and then an additional >exposure taken with the shutter closed.
I see, does that mean everybody's D800/D800E have these noise? I did turn on the Long exposure NR and the end results are the same.
I used both camera raw and LR 4 to import the pics but i guess it will not map them out or render them automatically.