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GWalles

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  1. To answer your original question nebula, the following link will take you to an image I took with a Canon DSLR 650 with a 55-250mm Kit Lens. I only started 3 weeks ago and although the images are not great, lots of noise and hot pixels together with some star trailing thrown in, there is a certain ‘wow’ factor when you see these images processed in deep sky stacker for the first time. Hope these help you get an idea of what you can get with a very simple set up. Basic set up Skywatcher Adventurer Mini & Tripod Second Hand Canon 650D (unmodified) 55-250mm kit lens The photos above were taken without light pollution filters, in a Bortle 8 zone, with a moon somewhere to the right. You can see my astronomy terminology is spot on
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    These are some of the first images that I have taken with the Canon 650D.
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