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Mar 17, 2018 00:27 |  #4876

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Wonderful photo!

Mine was with Skywatcher ST80 guide scope and ZWO ASI385MC camera


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Mar 21, 2018 16:47 |  #4877

Really debating if I should get telescope... Right now I'm stacking a 70-200 2.8 IS, 1.4x TC MK II, on a 40D.

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Mar 24, 2018 02:48 |  #4878

Getting the new Tamron 150-600 G2 dialed. This was handheld.


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Mar 24, 2018 11:46 |  #4879

Not a great image, still learning!

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Mar 24, 2018 13:07 |  #4880

Another one

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Mar 24, 2018 14:16 |  #4881

Tareq wrote in post #18593087 (external link)
Another one

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Mar 24, 2018 14:38 |  #4882

Inspeqtor wrote in post #18593128 (external link)
Is this with a telescope? Very good image!!

Yes, with a telescope.


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Mar 24, 2018 22:42 |  #4883

Some lunar action tonight. Around 2pm (Eastern) the Lunar X & V was appreciable, but I was too late to image that. Maybe in April. So in the mean time, I mainly enjoy looking inside craters and specifically like to look at the mountain ranges around some of the maria.

48% illuminated First Quarter lunar disc, this is a mosaic of 8 individual panels. At this scale it's small, take a look at the 100% scale (on Flickr) to really appreciate the resolution.

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I specifically like looking at the shadows cast by the jagged spires of the mountain ranges.

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Mar 24, 2018 23:23 |  #4884

MalVeauX wrote in post #18593450 (external link)
Some lunar action tonight. Around 2pm (Eastern) the Lunar X & V was appreciable, but I was too late to image that. Maybe in April. So in the mean time, I mainly enjoy looking inside craters and specifically like to look at the mountain ranges around some of the maria.

48% illuminated First Quarter lunar disc, this is a mosaic of 8 individual panels. At this scale it's small, take a look at the 100% scale (on Flickr) to really appreciate the resolution.

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Craters Walther, Purbach, Arzachel, Alphonsus & Ptolemaeus.

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Montes Apenninus, Caueasus & Alpes bording Mare Serenitatis with the Vallis Alpes.
I specifically like looking at the shadows cast by the jagged spires of the mountain ranges.

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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/25pd​WPy  (external link) Montes_Alpes_HighRes_0​3242018 (external link) by Martin Wise (external link), on Flickr

Imaged with:

120mm F8.3 (1000mm focal length, 5 inch aperture) refractor on an Orion Sirius in my observatory
Camera: ASI174MM
Barlow: GSO 2x (2000mm F17) for mosaic panels (8 of them; 200 frames stacked per panel)
Focal extender: Explore Scientific 3x Focal Extender (3000mm F25) for the high resolution surface features
Filter: Baader 610 long pass (red filter + IR to help beat the seeing)

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Very best,

Excellent quality. Thanks for the pullback and details of your equipment and techniques. To reach this level of detail isn't for the faint hearted...or thin pocketbooks.


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Mar 24, 2018 23:55 |  #4885

navydoc wrote in post #18593476 (external link)
Excellent quality. Thanks for the pullback and details of your equipment and techniques. To reach this level of detail isn't for the faint hearted...or thin pocketbooks.

This scope (cheap achromat), focal extender, filter and camera's combined cost is less than lots of lenses being used in this thread.  :p

It's about using the right tools for the right job (aperture in this case, and combining red wavelength light & lucky imaging technique).

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Mar 25, 2018 03:14 |  #4886

MalVeauX wrote in post #18593487 (external link)
This scope (cheap achromat), focal extender, filter and camera's combined cost is less than lots of lenses being used in this thread.  :p

It's about using the right tools for the right job (aperture in this case, and combining red wavelength light & lucky imaging technique).

Very best,

And i moved from Photography to astrophotography, i already wasted a lot in photography in the past, wish if i knew i will get into astro then i would save in the past and won't get that much gear for photography :lol::-D


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Mar 25, 2018 07:46 |  #4887

Tareq wrote in post #18593534 (external link)
And i moved from Photography to astrophotography, i already wasted a lot in photography in the past, wish if i knew i will get into astro then i would save in the past and won't get that much gear for photography :lol::-D

I'm pretty sure everyone on this board likely started in photography. Astrophotography is a niche of photography in general, and it can be done with standard terrestrial photography gear, there's just a point where it no longer is the right tool and one has to specialize for different results.

Point being though, the right tool for the job, such as not using a small macro lens with a tiny aperture at long distance on a subject and expect to see any detail at scale.

But astrophotography doesn't have to be super expensive. Especially not lunar & planetary.

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Mar 25, 2018 17:03 |  #4888

MalVeauX wrote in post #18593597 (external link)
I'm pretty sure everyone on this board likely started in photography. Astrophotography is a niche of photography in general, and it can be done with standard terrestrial photography gear, there's just a point where it no longer is the right tool and one has to specialize for different results.

Point being though, the right tool for the job, such as not using a small macro lens with a tiny aperture at long distance on a subject and expect to see any detail at scale.

But astrophotography doesn't have to be super expensive. Especially not lunar & planetary.

Very best,

Even I am about to try a different slant on it using a 4/3 mirrorless, looking forward to some clear nights what my camera (Finally) comes back from the menders.

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Mar 26, 2018 04:44 |  #4889

MalVeauX wrote in post #18593597 (external link)
I'm pretty sure everyone on this board likely started in photography. Astrophotography is a niche of photography in general, and it can be done with standard terrestrial photography gear, there's just a point where it no longer is the right tool and one has to specialize for different results.

Point being though, the right tool for the job, such as not using a small macro lens with a tiny aperture at long distance on a subject and expect to see any detail at scale.

But astrophotography doesn't have to be super expensive. Especially not lunar & planetary.

Very best,

Indeed, i hope i will enjoy astrophotography more than photography.

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Mar 26, 2018 15:44 |  #4890

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