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Dambuster

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About Dambuster

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  1. No that was the problem I got some shots of Jupiter tonight not very clear not sure how to display them here trying the settings was hard has well I was on 10000iso but couldn't remember how to set a longer exposure ?
  2. Oh looking forward to some good clear nights camera is now mounted ?
  3. Hello, and welcome to this forum,it is one of the best stargazing forums on the web,everyone is always willing to help out with any question.so feel free to fire off i know i have
  4. Many thanks for the quick reply.Everybody is definatlty helpful on here with their help, i hope i can get some decent shots looking at some of the shots on here ive a way to go
  5. Hi all, ive recently bought a skywatcher 150p i have an 1.25"eyepiece but need to get a t-piece for it, my camera is an canon 70D i have various lenses the stock one,a 50mm and a zoom is this good enough to start in this interesting hobby? .
  6. Hi Bud welocme from a fellow Cornwall Dweller
  7. Many thanks for all the replies I didn't realise there was so much( pardon the pun) scope for different types of eye pieces it is a vast thing to fathom out.
  8. Hi all really excited ive just gone and ordered my first scope Skywatcher Skyliner 150P Dobsonian and wondereing what sort of eyepieces i should look at or stick with the ones that come with it. Many thanks
  9. Hi all is there anyone using this still I'm in Saltash area?
  10. Dambuster

    Hello

    Many thanks for all the replies looking forward to getting out and stargazing
  11. Dambuster

    Hello

    Hi just got into this after watching the Martian. I'm from Saltash in Cornwall and looking forward to gaining lots of tips from people on here about this interesting subject.
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