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Daniel-K

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  1. Last night i spent the night on Llandwyn Island had the place to my self. ive not done any wide field imaging for ages it felt good to get out. it was quite warm but a little windy so these are the best i could produce. also tried a 180 degree pano for the first time, PS doesn't seem to want to stitch it straight and ICE makes the stars squintish any advice on the pano would be grand canon 5Dmiii 16-35mm F4L ISO 4000 30" exposures
  2. where they used in that F6 scope? im not having a dig, but TV are extremely good in sub F4 scopes and thats what your paying for. IMHO if your using a F6 scope sticking a TV EP in is pointless. stick with BST'S or vixens dont complain about the price if your not using a scope which demands the performance of a high end EP.
  3. congratulations Rich this is outstanding. Bravo!
  4. try using manual WB set it to a cooler tone about 4500K I've found when shooting the night sky gives a better result and easier to work with in post
  5. Hi Dave when you shot this did you turn AWB off?
  6. i really like this, excellent
  7. very nice James. im looking to explore around the area later on in the summer. little off topic would you recommend the samyang ?
  8. i did see purple hues steve when we was at brecon but that may have been the coatings on OIII or UHC cant remember which one we used.
  9. just the 14mm and coma corrector left now
  10. +1 for the delos range. The 17.3 is the star of them all though.the 10mm has gave me the best view of Jupiter I've ever seen too.
  11. Red anodized cheshire sight tube £25 posted 2" 82Degree 30MM Argon purged ES £215 + £8 special delivery SOLD 1.25" 82Degree 14MM Argon purged ES £90 + £5 1st class recorded 1.25" 82Degree 11MM Argon purged ES £85 + £5 1st class recorded SOLD 1.25" 82Degree 8.8MM Argon purged ES £85 + £5 1st class recorded SOLD 1.25" 82Degree 6.7MM Argon purged ES £70 + £5 1st class recorded SOLD 2" ES COMA CORRECTOR £200 + £8 special delivery all Ep's come with both caps and are in excellent condition, discounted postage for multiple purchases i'll do my best to get items posted out as fast as possible but due to shift work it may take a few days.
  12. ive visited here its a lovely location. very dark. http://gwynant.com/2017/03/25/stargazing_event/
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