A while back I was playing with the camera and tried the pixel mapping option wondering what effect it would do when I was new to my camera. A while later I read an article about hot pixels and how to test for them, what they are, etc. This is when I became self conscious about hot pixels. I've since run pixel mapping a few times, but it doesn't seem to help. The big problem is obviously on high ISO, but today I found a problem in a low iso situation! Below is a crop at 100% size of a picture I took today. The only processing was a crop. # Exposure = 40.00000 second # F/stop = F22.00 # ISO = 100 Is this a problem? Or would your camera act the same way in this condition? Did my running pixel mapping totally screw my cameras calibration? Is there something special about properly doing a pixel mapping? The camera is only 2 months old, is it abnormal to have so many hot pixels at the settings above? Full size image available here.http://uberleet.org/~jon/noise-lg.jpg After resizing and post processing the damage can't be noticed.