I took the Sony A7SII out into the New Mexico night skies tonight, to test out how the latest version of the low-light champ could handle hand-held shots of stars and such.
The new camera has some amazing built-in stabilization to play with–but how would it do with really long and previously unheard of exposures– like 1 second or even longer?
The verdict–see for yourself. I’d say amazing–but still, if you’re out doing night photography to shoot the stars–don’t leave the tripod at home kids.
(In my next post, I’ll have examples of 4K videos of the night skies.)
Look for my USA TODAY review of the A7SII soon.
Exposure: 1/3 of a second, 160,000 ISO, 28mm 2.0 lens at 2.0
1 second exposure, 160,000 ISO F. 2
Exposure – 1 second, 160,000 ISO, F2