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It looks reasonably sharp :) Especially compared with handheld shots. What seems to be a major case of residual "unsharpness" seems to be halos around eg the neon signs in the upper right corner. Since these are overexposed severely (see right of histogram), even the slightest lens flaw artifact (flares, coma, spherical aberration) will be very visible ...


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Is there a reason to go with DSLR instead? There might be a slight one, depending on exactly what type of astrophotography you're planning on doing. The sensor is on and energized the entire time a mirrorless cameras is turned on. This creates heat that can affect the amount of camera generated "read noise." A DSLR's sensor is energized only when actually ...


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DSLR or mirrorless, either works just fine. Mirrorless will eventually displace DSLR, but then again DSLR lenses can be used for mirrorless cameras so you won't lose anything if you buy now the old technology. (Vice versa, mirrorless lenses can't be used on DSLRs.) For astrophotography, the answer is: yes! Yes! If you can afford it, full frame is really ...


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