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Thread: E1 red and blue pixels. Why?

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    Re: E1 red and blue pixels. Why?

    Quote Originally Posted by throt View Post
    the bad thing with NR is that it reduces the buffer to 1 image only - so in normal conditions it could be distracting.
    luckily you didn't got upper left corner burned out - i was also guided to same way. found out later that it's also talked about in dpreview E1 test
    Not sure if I'm just repeating what you've said, but don't use sequenced shutter selection as that will disable the NR (which is dark frame subtraction) & you will still see them hot pixels peakin' with red & blue through your image.
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    Re: E1 red and blue pixels. Why?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ross View Post
    Not sure if I'm just repeating what you've said, but don't use sequenced shutter selection as that will disable the NR (which is dark frame subtraction) & you will still see them hot pixels peakin' with red & blue through your image.
    You cannot use shooting in sequences when NR is active, camera will not allow you to select it.
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    Re: E1 red and blue pixels. Why?

    Quote Originally Posted by T-Lama View Post
    You cannot use shooting in sequences when NR is active, camera will not allow you to select it.
    That's true & after the setting has been turned ON (which would normally be left on auto NR), in the heat of the moment, it is too easy when shooting in sequence shutter for one use, to change it back to single shutter when NR is important. Well, that's what happens to me if I don't double check.
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