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Old 02-04-2007, 05:51 AM #17
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My goodness Timelord, that is absolutely fabulous.

That is stunning!!!!......Proctor, you have competition lol.


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My goodness Timelord, that is absolutely fabulous.

That is stunning!!!!......Proctor, you have competition lol.
I took approx 600 frames and stacked them in registax 4 and cleaned a little in photoshop. But i'm no pro this is what can be done with a webcam and a laptop. The scope done the work here..
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Old 02-04-2007, 06:02 AM #19
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Yeah watch...my pictures will totally own hubbles

Good picture though timelord...probably the best i've seen of saturn on any astrophotography forums I go to besides the ones from hubble.
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Cheers proctor When i get a decent CCD i'll take some deepsky shots they take a bit more patients and know how to do. But i'm learning and i've done my baby steps with the toucam but CCD work is another ball game..
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Timelord - I am stunned to say the least ! *NOT that I doubted you by any means - but you sould like you really know your astronomy ! *8-) *Do you have any pics to share of your sights you have seen ? *I, for one would LOVE to see them ! *And what's this about Binocs for star gazing ? *My wife might like that better than a telescope if indeed you can get a nice look like you say....
Okay - I did NOT see the other page before I posted ! HOLY COW ! That is gorgeous, to say the least !
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Timelord - I am stunned to say the least ! *NOT that I doubted you by any means - but you sould like you really know your astronomy ! *8-) *Do you have any pics to share of your sights you have seen ? *I, for one would LOVE to see them ! *And what's this about Binocs for star gazing ? *My wife might like that better than a telescope if indeed you can get a nice look like you say....
Okay - I did NOT see the other page before I posted ! *HOLY COW ! *That is gorgeous, to say the least !
I've only done planetary work as i've only got a toucam pro webcam but my mate uses his CCD on my big scope and here's a shot of M42 orions nebula. As for your wife tell her to start with a good set of binos first then progress to a scope after
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Here's M45 the pleides done with his CCD
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OMG - that is gorgeous !

So - what model of Binoc is a good place to start, so she gets even MORE hooked ? ;D
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OMG - that is gorgeous !

So - what model of Binoc is a good place to start, so she gets even MORE hooked ? *;D
Celestron Skymaster 15x70s for astronomy or anything with that spec. But even a good set of 10x50s will easily split cleanly double stars and view star clusters well too.
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I'd love to get some nebulae through my scope when I get it. I have a lens where I can use reversal mount and poke it in the eyehole and use it as macro...It might work, I don't know...that would be pretty awesome though and i'd definitely buy a cable release for my D200 so I can leave taking in light for 30 minute periods.
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A cable release is essential for your camera to avoid any vibration.
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A cable release is essential for your camera to avoid any vibration. *
Yeah I can't do bulb without it. Suprisingly that picture of the laser near orion I took was only around 2.5 seconds exposure. I do also need a scope that tracks the stars. God damn Earth has to rotate for some odd reason ;D
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[quote author=Timelord link=1170566525/15#26 date=1170575079]A cable release is essential for your camera to avoid any vibration. *
Yeah I can't do bulb without it. Suprisingly that picture of the laser near orion I took was only around 2.5 seconds exposure. I do also need a scope that tracks the stars. God damn Earth has to rotate for some odd reason ;D
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One of my lady friends asked "Why do the stars move?" ;D ;D
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I'd love to get some nebulae through my scope when I get it. I have a lens where I can use reversal mount and poke it in the eyehole and use it as macro...It might work, I don't know...that would be pretty awesome though and i'd definitely buy a cable release for my D200 so I can leave taking in light for 30 minute periods.
Proctor, sorry for jumping in...quoted you so that folks can see again your post.

SenKat, since you live in the USA, I strongly advise THIS COMPANY

Have a read yourself......highly recommended by some very reputable folks in the optics field for a budget bino!!!

Sorry Proc....back to you :-X

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One of my lady friends asked "Why do the stars move?" *;D ;D
That's women for ya LOL ;D ;D
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