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@mpmendenhall: I mean about the last image, there are some sparkling, but if the shooting angle was lower and if Canon "can" this pic would shine regardless of winter.
No, not with this scene. Note how close the shadow brightness is to the sunlit parts --- I didn't lift shadows in post; this was "as seen"; the direct sunlight (which produces "sparkly" specular reflections) barely registers above the diffuse ambient. Most of the range of "sparkle," besides the few brightest points, is hidden by the diffuse lighting. When looking up at stars from a bright, hazy city, no matter how good your eyesight is, you won't see the "sparkle" of a clear, dark sky; here, too, the camera is not to blame.
I took pictures of the same scenery with my Sigma DP2M, also: plenty sharp, no more sparkly. Is that enough to convince you it's not a camera issue?