It has digital image stabilization, which means the image will be cropped. It's not a mechanical 5 axis image stabilization technology that A7 III or the panasonic s1h uses. And too bad the display is fixed to the body and cannot be flipped out. Also it's absolutely amazing that it has 5.5k raw which I bet looks beautiful, but I wish it had some bit rate options, because it goes for about 1.3TB per hour which in terms of cfast cards is quite expensive. That wouldn't be an issue if it was possible to shoot directly to an ssd using the usb c connection how the BMPCC uses. Anyway, this is the most compelling camera that Canon has released in a long time!
To me it looks like two separate shots, the sky and the urban view, put together in one. In other words, it doesn't seem genuine. However the idea isn't bad.
P.S. I'm pretty sure you can only get the circular drawing of the stars from either of the poles - the rotational anchor points of the Earth, that way it would be logical to see the stars spin round.
What are the four layers or steps that were used in every shot of this video to achieve such beautiful color? I would appreciate it Soo so so much! :)