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    very low level astronomy and astrophotography
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  1. Yes, I am using a T-adapter. Strange thing, though, that the image is sharp on the DSLR LCD display but less after capture. I am using a remote shutter controller to avoid shaking.
  2. Hi all, What is the best way to hook up a DSLR (Canon Rebel T3i) with the Celestron Nexstar 4SE? I've tried some options (Celestron MAK extension, etc...) but my pictures are not sharp. Obviously, I have to deal with some backfocusing issues but so far I could not find the right combination of visual back, extension tubes, etc... to get sharp pictures. Any suggestion? Thanks in advance.
  3. IAr553


    some of my attempts in astrophotography
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