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darknightsky

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About darknightsky

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    Dad, Beer enthusiast, Zombie fan and all round nice guy
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    Manchester
  1. Thanks Mike, I was reading an article on exposure to the right helping in light polluted areas? I'll give it a go, I could do with getting out later at night I think as well
  2. Just on a tripod with the stock lens Yeah i was looking at the LP filters £130 quid! i'm going to give it a go tonight if the clouds stay away, i will take a look for some examples too. thanks
  3. Hi Guys, I recently bought a canon 700d and have been doing some imaging. If I do long exposure the images are completely full of light pollution due to my town centre position. Even if stack the images and remove the light pollution using pix insights DBE tool do you think the milky way would be visible?
  4. Thanks for the warm welcome everyone Sent from my GT-I9505 using Tapatalk
  5. Haha bingevader Sent from my GT-I9505 using Tapatalk
  6. Thanks for the excellent advice, I was thinking about a skywatcher 200p but wanted something a bit more portable so I'm still kind of torn between that and the evostar.
  7. Hi Guys, For my first scope I'm looking at buying a Skywatcher evostar 90 with an EQ2 mount, and hoping to get a canon DSLR camera and ideally a star tracking mount for the camera my questions are: Is the evostar 90 a good beginners scope? what telescope mount should I get for astrophotography, will the eq2 suffice? any recommendation for a star tracking mount for the camera only? canon camera recomendations under £500 EOS 1100d?Thank you very much in advance for any advice Rob
  8. Hi All, i have been visiting the site for a while and thought it's about time that I finally registered and started to take part. so hello all.
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