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Mar 15, 2019 22:43:19   #
bwana (a regular here)
 
ASCET3 wrote:
I like it.
Do you ever stack or tweek with software?

Who are you responding to??

bwa

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Mar 15, 2019 23:46:18   #
repleo (a regular here)
 
bwana wrote:
" As for the star-eater 'problem'. I have used the A7R, A7S and A7R II for astrophotography without ever seeing the so called star-eater problem. I guess if you're a pixel peeper and really go looking for a problem, you'll find a problem; I haven't. bwa


I agree. I don't see any StarEater problems with my A7Rii.
BTW Good article here comparing the A7S and the A7iii including the StarEater business. In essence "In practice, we would agree that the low-light performance (of the A7iii) is roughly on-par with the Sony a7S. In other words, it’s excellent."
https://www.lonelyspeck.com/sony-a7iii-astrophotography-review/

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Mar 16, 2019 02:51:46   #
Dennis833
 
ASCET3 wrote:
Hello, I am new to the forum and want say hello to everyone. I went to photography school back in the film days. I am now wanting to get involved with nightscape photography and maybe some astrophotography. I am looking to get a dslr and have looked at the popular brands. Nikon 5500, Canon Eos m6 and Sony. My peice cap is $1000.00. Are there any suggestions from any experienced people on what camera may be suggested? They all seem technically similar and I see mirrorless is a rend. I need sharp low light setup.
Any suggestions?
Hello, I am new to the forum and want say hello to... (show quote)


Sony A6000 with a 12mm F2 Samyang lens ( Rokinon in the US )

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Mar 16, 2019 10:54:52   #
ASCET3
 
Thank you!

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Mar 16, 2019 16:02:28   #
bwana (a regular here)
 
repleo wrote:
I agree. I don't see any StarEater problems with my A7Rii.
BTW Good article here comparing the A7S and the A7iii including the StarEater business. In essence "In practice, we would agree that the low-light performance (of the A7iii) is roughly on-par with the Sony a7S. In other words, it’s excellent."
https://www.lonelyspeck.com/sony-a7iii-astrophotography-review/

Thanks for the link; good review. But it does appear the camera is not a candidate for full spectrum conversion due to an internal IR LED used for some (unknown) purpose.)

bwa

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