I recently bought a second hand M2P and due to the weather recently, haven’t had much of a chance to fly it.
Last night, the weather cleared a little and I did a quick test flight.
Please see the attached video. In the top left quadrant, there’s something that looks like a hot pixel.
I thought it might be dirt/dust on the camera, so I cleaned it, and tried again… same deal.
Should I be concerned?
I’ve read that when using high ISO, hot pixels become noticeable if they exist on the sensor. I can’t tell from my video file what ISO was used and I couldn’t get any EXIF tools to work, but as it was dark and in Auto mode, I think the ISO would be quite high.
Could there be dust/dirt on the actual camera lens? If so, how do I remove the front of the camera to clean it?
I’ve not had a chance to film during daylight yet, but I suspect I won’t be able to see it when I do.
How would you troubleshoot this issue? Any advice gratefully received.
PS, I’m viewing that video on a 55" TV