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Offline Phillyo

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Measuring your sky-fog with a DSLR.
« on: 17:36:17, 26 May, 2014 »
Hey guys,

I came across this website today and I don't really know where to post it on the forums but I thought it might be really interesting and informative for people so wanted to share it. Feel free to move it to the right location within the forums if you like.

Thanks :)
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Offline Nomis Elfactem

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Re: Measuring your sky-fog with a DSLR.
« Reply #1 on: 20:30:25, 26 May, 2014 »
Nice find Phil - I'll make it a sticky  :thumbup:

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Offline petrochemist

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Re: Measuring your sky-fog with a DSLR.
« Reply #2 on: 20:34:40, 09 October, 2016 »
Thanks Phil that seems remarkably easy, and very useful in assessing alternate locations!  :big_clap:


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