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Been a while

goose35

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Hello All

 

Been a while since I last went out, due to cloud and timing of the clear nights, all ways when im on morning shift.
During this time I’ve done a system swap from my Olympus E-510 to a Canon EOS1100D. got same kit off the bay, 2 zooms and a flash gun.
Now have to get the old stuff sold.

 

Saturday 12 September

 

Got a few hours in last night, Visual only with the 150p on the EQ 3-2, with new motor upgrade.

  • M39 open cluster
  • The perseus double cluster
  • M103 open cluster


All were stunning especially the double cluster. It amazing how rich Casseopia and perseus region is.

 

On each of these I gave first light to my new EOS 1100D.
I was most impressed, I was getting 2 min tracked subs on the mount. I also gave first light to the Baader MPCC mk 3 which was excellent.
I didn’t do any calibrating frames as I was only giving a few exposures to see how long I could get on the mount and I was expecting clouds.

 

Im looking forward to giving the whole imaging setup a good run now after those results. I think the target has to be the double cluster.

 

Im on afternoons this coming week and a week off after that so Im also going to get the camera with the 70-300 lens and do some tracked wide shots on the EQ3-2.

 

steve



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