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To my eye it looks like there may have been more water vapor/moisture in the air between the camera and the stars in the second shot than in the first. If the moon was anywhere above the horizon, or there were any ground sources of light pollution in the area, that light would be reflected and disbursed by any thin clouds overhead. I've been out shooting at ...


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There is no way to make the camera do what you want... about the best you can do is to turn off exposure preview so you don't see the changes in liveview. But that's pretty useless if you are wanting to use the histogram; and it won't affect the exposure settings that are displayed/changed (e.g. SS). Rather than changing the bracketing sequence it's probably ...


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