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  1. Thanks Fabio, I love Tenerife, especially Adeje. It seems that from the advice I have been given so far that a bit of trial and error is the way to achieve the best possible exposure. There is no set rule like the 500 rule, but the histogram tip is going to be very useful.
  2. Thank you for the help, I had read that article, but not seen the video.
  3. Hello all, I have just joined and have been looking around, and putting in various searches to find the answer to my question(s). I have already found some valuable information, but i can't find a specific answer to a question i have relating to exposure times. I have shot the milky way several times before, from a tripod and a wide angle lens. I am aware of and understand the "500 rule" and that worked fine for me at first when i was shooting with my Canon 6D Mark II. When i moved over to the Sony A7III i noticed significant trailing using the same rule and that led me to the N
  4. Hello all, As the title says, i have just joined up to the group here. I started photography about 2 years ago and was immediately drawn to milky way photography. Unfortunately i live in one of the worst places in the world for light pollution (London, England). I have taken several trips to Tenerife, Spain and driven to the top of Mount Tiede purely for the purpose of photographing the Milky Way. Naturally the next step for me is a star tracker, and whilst doing my research, i stumbled across this forum. I thought this might be a good place to get some advice and r
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