No it's not the sensor. It's 1) the light, 2) the light, and 3) post-processing.
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IS on a zoom that maxes at 70mm - shake may disappear but motion blur wont ...... and motion blur can be a good thing if it's intentional. If fact it opens up a world of possibilities.
The MSRP listed prices have nothing to do with what their actual prices will settle in at. I think we should relax a little.Yes. Maybe the price will settle around $1900. That's what Nikon's 24-70 sells for.
For example: The EF 100mm f/2.8L has a list price at $1,700.00USD on Amazon all the time, but it sells at around $900 all day.
use a tripod
Next time you're stunned by a large moon on the horizon, tell your friend to pull his pants back up.Hehehe... Or else join him, for a double exposure....
My attempt at this sort of thing. Moon rolling down the mountain!
Could be worth a million to the right buyer
... I can quickly see that there is no way that the image is just one shot. The moon would blow out the stars.