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Offline Marcuss

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First Ever Attempt
« on: 18:28:28, 16 April, 2010 »
My first night at having a go with the astro-photography.
I used a Nexstar-SLT-102 computerized telescope.
Specs (The funny thing is a lot of this means nothing to me /facepalm)

4M-F 79
ISO 200
EV 0
White Balance Bulb
F 2.8
1/4
Please comment on tips, problems and stuff I can improve on any help atall is appreciated  :big_clap:





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Offline Einari

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Re: First Ever Attempt
« Reply #1 on: 18:40:40, 16 April, 2010 »
Um, what was your target ?
Strange reflection (if that is a reflection).
Just add more exposure time  if you are imaging deep sky objects.
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Offline Marcuss

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Re: First Ever Attempt
« Reply #2 on: 18:54:51, 16 April, 2010 »
Sorry for the lack of info but I have no idea in the slightest what star that is, just a random one which was fairly bright in the sky.
I reckon I need a new camera, the bulb setting on it is rather poor and seems to not pick anything up.

 

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