Last year I shot a factual for BBC Worldwide and it involved a lot of night time lapse photography. The slow shutter option of the PDWF800 allowed the camera to see wonderful detail in the night sky. I often set the slow shutter (SLS) to a 16 frame accumulation and exposed a frame between every 1 and 60 seconds depending on the length of the shot. This allow a lot of night time detail with little or no gain and hence results with very little noise. There’s on a shot on my Youtube page which is essentially a wide of the night sky with a setting moon. It was photographed between around 1am and 6am from my balcony on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. www.youtube.com/peterbeeh