The other day I shot some pics using long exposure, but the Long shutter noise reduction was set to off, because I did not want to see that counter after each photo being taken. So, now I have JPEG and RAW both with unwanted hot pixels on my image. What can we do if we do not want to waste our time waiting for NR to finish in camera? Today I did a test. I put lens cap on to simulate pitch black, and took 2 shots: Hot pixels on 60 sec exposure(JPEG, Long Shtr NR - off): Hot pixels on 122 sec exposure(JPEG, Long Shtr NR - off): The real problem is when you open RAW file (Long Shtr NR - off, same pic as above JPEG, 122 sec exposure) now imagine you are shooting beautiful beach at night, clear sky...and you get this over your image How can this be fixed on PC?