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One thing I learned from PhotographyLife is fixing Hot and Dead Pixels. Reset the date a month back or forward (I will do two to three months) and turn off the camera but wait for the camera to do a click, it is doing a capture like a high ISO exposure over one second. But is looking for dead (white) and hot (red) pixels. People were sending cameras back to makers to have sensors fixed and manufactures where just doing this and sending back. I do Milky Way capture and back in 2015 when everyone was saying (turn off Noise Reduction) but I was seeing these red and white pixels on my new A7S. Later learned also that Lr tries to get rid of red and white pixels when you import to the develop module (maybe reason for lost stars not the camera). Oh! do not forget to return to current date and again wait to hear the click. I do this every night before going out with either of my A7S or A7R2. And alway leave NR "ON" let the camera fix Noise so you do not did to do in post!!!!

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