Hoping to get some feedback on low light shooting with the a6000. I just bought this camera & have been testing it using a Sigma 30mm 2.8. I've taken a few dozen low light photos, mostly city views at dusk or at night, and indoor shots. All JPEGs, Fine. Most shots were Aperture priority 2.8, ISO Auto (always defaulted to 3200) with High ISO NR set to Normal. The dark areas of these high ISO photos have a dozen or so red pixels and a few white and gray pixels. The red pixels are not square, they're more like short vertical and horizontal lines. They are in different spots in each photo. They're noticeable at 66% in Photoshop. I took similar low light photos using IA and IA+. I could still find a few red pixels viewing at 100% but there were less of them. Next I switched back to Aperture priority 3.2, ISO Auto (3200), and took a shot with the cap on (25 sec.). Long Exposure NR was off. This resulted in a black image with hundreds of small red pixel clusters and smaller gray and white pixels. I was expecting a broader range of colored pixel noise. By comparison, long exposures at ISO 100 don't have any weird pixels. Is it normal at high ISO to get small red pixel clusters with this camera? Are these hot pixels? Noise? If it's noise, why isn't there a range of other colors as well? Thanks!