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Old 28-06-2018, 07:56 PM
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Here is a pixel shift image using a Sony A7r3.
Pixel shift takes 4 images and moves the sensor 1 pixel for each image so you get 2 x green, 1 x red and 1 x blue.

It gives a bit more richness to the colour and reduces noise and increases sharpness.

http://www.pbase.com/gregbradley/image/167725656/large

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Very nice Greg .I was in Brisbane recently talking to the Camerapro people and they are all taken with the A7iii.Moreso I think with its Video aspects .They felt it exceeded the A7sii in lowlight.
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Very nice Greg .I was in Brisbane recently talking to the Camerapro people and they are all taken with the A7iii.Moreso I think with its Video aspects .They felt it exceeded the A7sii in lowlight.
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A7iii seems to be very good for astro as well, very low noise. I have the A7r3 which is the 42.4mp camera.

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That is just awesome Greg, love it.

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Very nice Greg .I was in Brisbane recently talking to the Camerapro people and they are all taken with the A7iii.Moreso I think with its Video aspects .They felt it exceeded the A7sii in lowlight.
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That is just awesome Greg, love it.

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Thanks very much Leon.
I have a 2nd set of data that is a bit deeper to process.

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