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kilty74

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  1. took this new years eve just messing about from hotel balcony waiting for my wife to get ready!! any one know what the streak off light is top right many thanks ian
  2. Fantastic image didn't realise it was still so visable! Will have to have a look when there is some clear skies!!!
  3. Thanks Haha washing line!!! Sent from my BlackBerry 9300 using Tapatalk
  4. Can only think of brilliant!!! Sent from my BlackBerry 9300 using Tapatalk
  5. first time this year ive done any imaging as im still new to this and still doing just widefield!!!! stack of 10 lights 4 darks iso 800 10 sec exsposures hope you like thanks ian
  6. Sorry about the photo guys Sent from my BlackBerry 9300 using Tapatalk
  7. Hi everyone I have this mount and would like to add motor drives to it. with it being an older model can anyone recommend what and where I could get motors for it many thanks ian Sent from my BlackBerry 9300 using Tapatalk
  8. Hi everyone I'm going to try some planet imaging with a spc900nc would it be possible and what sort of results would I get with a 70mm 900mm celestron refractor tracking on a EQ5?i will be using sharp cap how many frames does anyone suggest on Jupiter and any advice on processing the image after being stacked in registax?many thanks Ian
  9. Thanks guys seems one will do it will post and let you know how I get on many thanks Ian
  10. Hi everyone looking good here for clear skies in oswestry tomorrow morning so hopefully going to try for the first time with EQ 5 and canon 300d and lenses m42 or maybe m45! What I would like to know is do I need to use the counter weights when mounting just my dslr on? Many thanks and clear skies for you all Ian
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