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Time-Lapse Settings Envisage software allows you to take time-lapse images of an object of an object. An 80mm to 100mm apo refractor doesn’t require a massive mount, making for a solid yet portable system that is easy to set up. Once you have connected your camera to the computer and opened the Deep Sky Imager program, you’ll want to start taking pictures.

Article #4:Deep-Sky Astrophotography Primer

Good photography takes a lot of work & practice!For whenever I finally get a nice camera. Then this three-part series guide is for you: PART ONE: GEAR (Scroll down and on!) PART 3: POST-PROCESSING (Deep-Sky Photography Guide Part 3 to be published tomorrow at 1 P.M. Neither the service provider nor the domain owner maintain any relationship with the advert… You’ll receive a copy of the webinar presentation in an email that goes out a week after the live event.

Photographing Orion with a William Optics Fluorostar 132

Posted 04 September 2015 – 02:19 PM I’m not sure what you’re asking about the rest of my system. Experiment with Contrast, Shadow Enhance, Histogram sliders and Dark Subtract, and you will begin to take images like an expert. This is very much like your telescope’s tracking feature. White Balance with Astronomik CLS Clip Filter installed Of course I wanted to make a White Balance image with the Astronomik CLS Clip Filter installed, but that immediately gave a problem: I could not mount the standard 18-55mm kit lens, as that collided with the Clip Filter ! Fly Me to the Moon Posted 04 September 2015 – 03:05 PM Ken, I looked and found no articles that didn’t have what I believe to be rational and credible explanations.

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Here is an image of M13 taken with the Orion StarShoot Deep sky imager at the f/10 focus of the CPC-1100 EdgeHD telescope. Stars are recognized as contiguous “paint-fills” of bright pixels starting from an arbitrary bright pixel. The live webinar’s visual presentation is displayed directly from the Presenter’s computer to your computer screen. Even worse: no alternative skins are available and a nice ‘Night Vision’ utility like has no control over the skin either: it remains too bright. You have the option in check out to request that your order ship complete, if you’d prefer.

Deep Sky Astrophotography With Digital Cameras

Obviously I am going to need a lot longer integration time than 32 minutes. The orange triangles “grow” together to indicate better focus. Here’s the improvement obtained by 480 seconds integration compared to only 120 seconds in the picture taken on September 18.

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Longer would be better but 20 mins is a fairly practical limit. The blue background is moonlight scattered off the atmosphere just like sunlight makes the sky look blue in the daytime. Heat generated by the electronics is quickly pumped out of the camera. Follow that by adjusting the star spread to fill out most of the area of the stars. He could give you insights to using such a setup that few of us here can, as he has regular first hand experience.

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Your current setup is great for planets, but deep sky is a whole different set of problems. I am looking for advice specifically on what are some of the better CCD (or CMOS) deep sky cameras around a certain price point and compatible with Hyperstar. Serial Number T1002709 David Ratledge How does this economically priced auto guider actually perform?