Orion Nebula GXR A16

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Orion Nebula GXR A16

Postby looeee » Fri Jan 06, 2017 2:55 am

I've recently been turning my cameras at the sky as I have bought an ioptron skytracker, a cheap device that turns with the sky allowing me to take long exposures of the stars without them blurring too much. This pic shows the nebula in orion (top) and orion's belt (bottom). It may look upside down but that's how it appears here in Australia
Orion2000.jpg
Orion2000.jpg (192.94 KiB) Viewed 720 times

34 Minutes total exposure
f/5.5
60 Seconds
ISO 3200
RAW
46 exposures stacked with deepskystacker
R10 CX6 GRDIII GRDIV GXR A16 Theta
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Re: Orion Nebula GXR A16

Postby riccadonna » Fri Jan 06, 2017 6:29 pm

Gee man, you exposed at f:5. 6 some half an hour! Do you know that there`s a lens called Orion 28/6. Perhaps it was designed to delineate the stars in Orion nebula. I have it slow but phantastic. Topogon design zero distortion,
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Re: Orion Nebula GXR A16

Postby autochrome » Sun Jan 15, 2017 5:45 pm

http://www.marcocavina.com/articoli_fot ... M/00_p.htm

this is an interesting web site for a lot of great wide angle lenses...
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