Back in May this year we wrote an article related to the Star Eater issue in Sony A7R II and Sony A7S II. But the good news is that the new Sony A7R III doesn’t produce this obtrusive Star-Eater issue while doing Astrophotography.
Sony A7R III has been the newly announced camera that has some identical features to A7R II. However, this High-End Full-Frame camera comes with marginal improvements in hardware and software sections over its predecessor and that is why the big issue that has been stick to usually every Sony Mirrorless camera for long time seems to have gone.
“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.
Via – SAR