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| p.1 #1 · What to price a camera with stuck pixels |
I have a bit of a dilemma.
I sold a camera that has some stuck/hot pixels (d300s) without realizing it. This is because, while I keep my sensors clean (I do see dust bunnies), I never look for hot pixels as LR3 maps them out anyhow.
Now, as they show up at iso 400 (from what the buyer tells me), what is it best to do about this. Sell it with full disclosure (of course), and lower the price from $900 to…??, or send it to el segundo for repairs. I don't believe this one is under warranty, but it may be worth paying to have it done.
I don't see those pixels, but then again, I don't shoot long nighttime exposures either.
Thoughts one a good path to take? Thanks.