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Dead Pixels??

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by Stoneman, Sep 25, 2016.

  1. Stoneman

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    Hey Guys, been taken photos for as long as I can remember both professionally as fine art and later for real estate mostly working with pro gear, Nikon so I have looked at my share if images. I have never seen something quite as bad as this coming out of any camera pro level crappy Walmart special.

    Attached is an image out of the P4, more or less new. There are thousands of little pink dots through out the raw images, they are literally everywhere and in the same place in every photo. I can only assume there are dead pixels on the sensor. Anyone else seen this? Just zoom into the sky to see them, if it wasn't daytime you might think you were star gazing!

    http://reconaerialmedia.com/temp/DJI_0052.jpg
     
  2. flyboy73

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    Are you sure you attached the right photo? Nothing wrong with this one.
     
  3. Stoneman

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    completely positive, yes. look closely at the sky. Don't worry about responding if you can't see it, it shoudn't worry you. thanks anyway.
     
  4. flyboy73

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    Oh, OK. They are much easier to see at 400% magnification. I can see how that might be a problem if you were making large prints.