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D7000 and low light shooting - pixels apparent

jj99999

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jj99999 Registered since 30th Jun 2011
Sat 23-Jul-11 01:24 PM | edited Sat 23-Jul-11 01:46 PM by jj99999

I am a new D7000 owner and was playing with some low light photo shooting, and I noticed in one of my RAW photos shot on manual where i severely underexposed it, that when I lightened the exposure some pixels (maybe eight or nine or more, some much brighter than others) jumped out in the shot. Is this a defect or is this normal? I am not sure how to post the RAW photo so someone could take a look at it. Thank you! I added an example to my identical post http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/read.asp?forum=1034&message=38962353 since I cant figure out how to post here yet.

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