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    What did you shoot? May 31 through June 6...



    Let's see your pics...

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    [img]/cfs-file.ashx/__key/CommunityServer.Components.UserFiles/00.00.00.25.81/_5F00_MG_5F00_8812altSM.jpg[/img]

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    backyard visitor checking out seed and suet sources...he was captured thru a rain soaked window and screen





    EXIF; 400mm at 1/160, f5.6, ISO 800, hand held

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    Re: What did you shoot? May 31 through June 6...



    Quote Originally Posted by Keith B


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    Beautiful Keith

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    Good one, Mark!


    Must have taken a lot of tries before all three triplets were posed just so at the same time []



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    Re: What did you shoot? May 31 through June 6...



    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Elberson


    Quote Originally Posted by Keith B


    Beautiful Keith



    Thanks Mark!


    I love your shots. Total stock worthy stuff there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith B


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    Last night after observing a few galaxies with my telescope, everyone's favorite pair of summer nebulae rose from behind a tree, and I decided to try a quick picture. It is a far cry from what the serious guys get, but given that it was only a 2 minute exposure (I didn't polar align accurately and I was too sleepy to haul out the autoguider) and taken from my light-polluted back yard, it didn't turn out so bad.


    The field is just over 2 degrees, or a bit less than five full moons wide.


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    Lagoon Nebula (M8) and Triffid Nebula (M20)


    5DII, Astrophysics 130GT + field flattener, 819mm @ f/6.3, 121 seconds unguided, ISO 1600


    The field flattener really seems to control those star images at the corners (this is almost the whole 35mm frame). And I spent $90 on a special EOS adapter which was supposed to control vignetting, and it seems to have worked.


    If I have the energy and time tonight, I'll try a longer exposure with the autoguider.



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