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Offline Jon2070

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Modifying Nikon D750 for Hydrogen Alpha
« on: 15:15:29, 04 February, 2018 »
Hello everyone, this is my first post on here.

I use my Nikon D750 95% of the time for daytime imaging, so far I have done nightscapes of the milky way and recently I bought a Star Adventurer and have been really pleased with the results that I got with my Nikon 180mm f2.8 lens attached. I would also like to attach the camera to larger telescopes that my local Astronomical Society has.

I am interested in increasing the Ha sensitivity, however I would like to continue using the camera for daytime imaging, I understand that this is possible using a custom white balance. Does this custom white balance overly matter as it can be altered in Lightroom/Camera Raw?

I had Lifepixel in the USA recommended to me although being based in the UK, somewhere a bit closer would be preferable, I have emailed JTW in the Netherlands and am awaiting their response.

Does anyone know of any other companies that are able to modify Nikon cameras? Also it would be interesting to hear of other's experiences during daytime photography with a Ha modified camera.


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