Stuck pixel is a data set of one single pixel without correct color information. This is CCD fault and is generated mostly under low-light conditions. They could be entirely white, or even colored if are originated on one color layer only. More stuck pixels are found on pictures taken at 9,5 aperture value and shutter time over 0,3 s. They are not visible without magnifying a picture, and disappear by resample the picture into smaller size at common anti-alias interpolation.
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