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ruskclark

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About ruskclark

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    Imaging with a Star Adventurer

    Thank you very much, really proved to myself what dark skies are worth in terms of image output.
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    Imaging with a Star Adventurer

    Took a trip to some darker skies last weekend and the below is the result. 58x3min subs of the lower half of Orion. Taken with Canon 450Da and Canon EF L 70-200mm F2.8 Lens at 70mm and F4 My best image by a country mile and was a real challenge to process in PixInsight as I'm still in the trial period getting used to things. Happy with the end result even though it took me a week to get it.
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    Imaging with a Star Adventurer

    Andromeda was my first 'proper' image taken with the Star Adventurer once I'd got up to speed with it all. 200mm F3.5 58x2min subs, 16 darks, flats and bias. Taken with a Canon 450Da and CLS filter from Bortle 6 skies back in late September. I'm now incredibly addicted to this astrophotography game. Ha ha.
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    Star Adventurer wedge modification

    It looks like William Optic are releasing a replacement wedge aimed at the Star Adventurer and iOptron equivalent. William Optics Instgram Feed Only details seem to be this post on their Instagram feed an hour ago. No price details at this point but it looks a very solid piece of kit.
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