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tooth_dr

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  1. Lovely image, gonna have to try myself. I googled that lens it'd needa be good lol
  2. I can only agree with the above, buy something that is easy to lift and set up and put away when done. I gradually upgraded to the point where my setup was not portable, and I used it a lot less as a result.
  3. Thanks John. Hope you are getting on better with your scope.
  4. Amazing stuff
  5. Very nice images. Clear here tonight after downpours all day. At least I got the grass cut early on this morning
  6. Thanks Dave, capture was painfully slow with the spc900nc webcam
  7. Some amount of detail in that prominence!
  8. I just acquired a 40d from a friend, hard to get used to the bigger body and buttons in different places. Seems to perform well!
  9. Great Images! Look forward to seeing more
  10. I was in bed but got up to miss the aurora. Now I'm tempted to get the scope mounted mmmm
  11. This is the exact same place on the 7th march last year:
  12. Not much! but I appreciate the heads up
  13. Just back in, nothing really just a slight glow.
  14. http://aurorawatch.lancs.ac.uk/