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Arctic beamshots with new digital camera

Kenom

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this is my Arctic with pictures taken with a Sony DSC-hx5V













 
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Nice shots.

And there was me thing the Arctic gets slated by the pros :)
 

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Nice shots but that last one is HUGE!!!! I'm not running my computer with a 72 inch screen! lol
 

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Always love to see some beam shots. That last shot is awesome. Really like the stars in the background:beer:
 

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Nice shots but that last one is HUGE!!!! I'm not running my computer with a 72 inch screen! lol

Sorry for some reason that one was not grouped with the others so when I went to resize it, I couldn't find it. I've resized it now tho.
 

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Now that you have resized it only a couple of stars are visible in the picture. At least on my monitor.
 

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It was fine I don't have too much of an issue with it, was just givin ya a hard time, beautiful beamshots by the way, +rep
 

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I still have the original un-resized picture. I will be going out sometime here soon and taking some pictures of the milkyway galaxy.. Since there are no lights in the area for miles you can get some excellent night shots of the milkyway. There is no way however that I could get any pictures of the beamshot into the milkyway as teh beam would drown out the stars.
 




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