Sony a7III Star Eater Explored

Sony is known for having issues with capturing a night sky 100% accurately and many have jumped to conclusions about Sony solving their star eater problem so I am leary to go along with petapixel, which is citing amazingsky in their article. Petapixel trimmed down amazing sky’s article quite a bit and in some respects, they are correct that the camera isn’t eating stars like it used to, but the sky doesn’t look entirely right.

Sony’s noise correction smooths/blurs fine details and the Sony capture just isn’t as sharp as the competition in my opinion. Sony has greatly improved their noise correction algorithm over the years, but the best thing they could do for aspiring astrophotographers is offering an option to truly turn all noise correction off.

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