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Max22

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  1. I am pretty new to astrophotography and I'm starting to get into photographing nebula's. I'm looking for some recommendations for the best magnification to photograph, say the Orion nebula. I am limited to a 102mm 660mm focal length telescope that is on a go to mount, but non equatorial. What would be the best way to photography this? Exposure length, magnification etc?


  2. Excuse my ignorance for I am fairly new to astrophotgraphy. I recently go into astrophotgraphy when I rediscovered my Refracting telescope. I purchased a T-ring adapter for my Nikon D3200 and since the lens is not attached the image is a smudged black/grey. I use the camera in Manual and have played around with all different settings, but to no success. Am I missing anything important here? I have done my research and haven't been able to find an answer to this problem.

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