Sony a7RIII Has No Star Eater Issue

The new Sony a7RIII ($3,198 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama) was announced on October 25, 2017. According to Drew Geraci on Facebook, the new Sony a7RIII doesn’t have the “star eater” problem. Photographer Drew Geraci tested the Sony a7RIII and shot two photos at 3.2 seconds and 10 seconds, respectively, at ISO 12,800. Take a look!

Very Excited to share this side by side comparison of the A7RIII (full production model) shooting Astrophotography at 3.2″ and 10″ at ISO 12,800 utilizing the Sony 16-35mm GM lens. As you can see in the side by side comparison, with ALL noise reduction turned off in the main menu, you can easily see that all stars are present and accounted for when blown up at 100% resolution. The star-eater is no more.

Download RAW images here:https://www.dropbox.com/…/ejyad8…/AAApFpv-kmRWfslWZ0-69awRa…

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It seems that Sony has resolved star eater issue in their new Sony a7RIII. That’s the big problem with Sony, they MAY release a new firmware updates for current a9 & a7 cameras!

Sony a7RIII: $3,198 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama

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Via: Sonyalpharumors

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