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  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0OrsbMOVDbY&feature=youtu.be
  2. Hi all So i finally managed to get a clear night so I could test the Logitech Brio and shot some Moon footage :) Please like, share and subscribe I you you feel like it Part 1 https://youtu.be/0aivFSC5gI4 Part 2 https://youtu.be/0OrsbMOVDbY Thanks Adz
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  4. I've been meaning to try the 8mp one with the imx179 as i have a spare to see what its like in low light and if it can see any stars, but pretty much every night has been cloudy lately Hoping it can see some stars and i'll get a longer lens for it and test it out in sharp cap, really dont want to spend £300 on a polemaster
  5. what i'd be interested to know is can one be used as a polar alignment scope? Thinking of getting the polemaster or iOptron iPolar but if I can get one of these to work win win
  6. So i've spent a large amount of cash on a webcam What do I do with it? Pull it apart
  7. I'm pretty sure as soon as my neighbours see me start setting my scopes up, they turn all the lights on in their house and call the other neighbours to do the same
  8. Thanks for the comments after some more research the Skywatcher version is not compatible so Ive ordered a Celestron one I have a Skyprodigy mount too, so much faster to align for me and I havnt used the CG5 yet as I find it frustrating trying to find Stars in the eyepeice, I generally use a Camera lens (Tamron 150-600mm) so can be a pain in the bottom
  9. Hi all I have a probably silly question I'm looking to get a Starsense, now both Rothvalley and Tring Astronamy centre are doing the Starsense for Skywatcher mounts for £300, the usual Celestron one is £340 ish Does the Sktwatcher version work with Celestron mounts too? As far as I can work out the only difference is the Skywatcher one comes with an aux port splitter, I'll need one to connect to my CG5-GT any way I'd rather save 40 quid lol Thanks Adz
  10. Will do Happy-kat, i'm hoping for some more clear nights soon so I can get back out there
  11. Put all of the images into a timelapse I've tried stacking in deepsky stacker and im not getting very good results
  12. So this is my 2nd attempt at deep sky photography I've used my full spectrum Olympus E-PM2, Tamron 150-600mm lens, 2x Teleconverter all attached to a Celestron Skyprodigy mount P1070293.ORF P1070293.ORF
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