Hello everyone, there are a few threads already about hot pixels, so forgive me for opening a new one. In short, I noticed a few hot pixels in my images and wonder if some other X-T2 owners would try and see if it is normal or not. In case of the latter I will send the camera for service. So I had never noticed something before, but after a photography session in low light I noticed hot pixels in the same position in numerous photographs. Apparently CameraOne Raw doesn't seem to get rid of them automatically. To verify it's not a software error, I looked at the JPEGs and they were there as well, albeit less exaggerated. I did some test shots with 12800 ISO and I could reproduce them as well. I also shot with the lens cap on with 12800 ISO and I could clearly see more than I expected. If the exposure time is 4-5 seconds they become quite bright. The Pixel Mapping function didn't seem to help at all. Before I send the camera off, I wonder if someone else with X-T2 could try to take a shot with the lens caps on at 12800 ISO and 5 sec and see if this behavior is normal or not. I'm attaching a crop of my shot as reference. I'm also attaching a crop from an actual photo with the hot pixels present. Here the exposure time is a mere 1/58 seconds: Thanks in advance!