It looks like automatic noise correction with standard correction (instead of high correction) at ISO 400 for 2 minutes removed the stuck pixels but still shows a few hot pixels. Presumably high noise correction would show even less hot pixels. But the stuck pixels are gone, which is good. The T-ring and combination Barlow/T-adapter just arrived in the mail, so the next step is to find out if it will focus in a 2*500/114 Newtonian. Still haven't even tried the kit lens yet but need to attempt some Solar imaging while the sky is clear.
Right now, just trying to make sure everything works before I take the time to finish reading the manual, customize camera settings, and actually try to do anything productive with it. Am trying as hard as I can to keep the shutter count low too, since I want to be using this in 2024 for the total Solar eclipse.
Edited by Nicole Sharp, 18 August 2019 - 12:21 PM.