The Moon with a DSLR again

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The Moon with a DSLR again

Postby The Man with the Corrugated Iron Roof » Wed Jan 16, 2019 11:12 pm

Astronomy can be a big leveller at times, but for a change I really think I was close to the limit of what I can do with a DSLR only:

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How can I be one with the universe when we don't know what 96% of it is.

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Re: The Moon with a DSLR again

Postby Aratus » Thu Jan 17, 2019 12:14 am

What size lens did you use?
I use an 11" reflector (Celestron CPC 1100) and a 3" refractor, (Sky-Watcher ST80) mounted on an equatorial wedge, housed in a 2.2m Pulsar observatory. I use a ZWO ASI 120MM, ZWO ASI1600MC and Canon 1300D for imaging.
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Re: The Moon with a DSLR again

Postby The Man with the Corrugated Iron Roof » Thu Jan 17, 2019 9:41 am

Aratus wrote:What size lens did you use?


I used a zoom lens at 300mm.
How can I be one with the universe when we don't know what 96% of it is.

About Me: https://www.amazon.com/Philip-Pugh/e/B0034NTCJK

My blog: http://sungazer127mak.blogspot.com/

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