Milky Way Colors when low light video becomes ubiquitous?

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a7sastro Contributing Member • Posts: 790
Milky Way Colors when low light video becomes ubiquitous?

I've appreciated the intelligent discussion about differing views about Milky Way landscape scenes and coloring strategies.

However one thing came to my mind recently...

Not too long down the road technologies are coming, even to the average user's cellphone,

that may challenge our current paradigm of long exposure still images to capture the Milky Way.

Now today everyone knows how to recognize a social media app "filter" like a dog nose and ears overly......

Consider tomorrow when people will be out camping and be sad because their shot doesn't give them a nice blue or purple MW image,

instead the 'boring realistic' colors instead.....

So soon enough their will be a social media app "filter" to turn those MW's blue and purple, but at least then there will be more awareness it is a filter and not RL....

Given the following piece is produced and probably has some color grading applied noticeably when you see the MW not in typical color form,

but notice how video from the MH20f-SH camera and fast glass renders the MW...

Also a nicely produced video that everyone in this hobby will appreciate about our story:

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