Hmm, not really a Sony guy

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Hmm, not really a Sony guy so I haven’t used Night Shot before. But I’m pretty sure it uses ‘invisible’ infared light and then the sensor picks it up.

So since it uses the infared light to make an image, will it not really matter how much real light there is?

I don’t really know since I have never used it before.

If not maybe trying using a ND filter, closing up the aperture, or increasing the shutter speed.

I feel like an idiot now.

Cheers,

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