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  1. Nadine2704

    Night Sky

    From the album: My (very amateurish) attempts at astrophotography!

    Milky way over the hills at Loch Earn. Even caught some faint aurora over the hill! (my intended target for the night!)
  2. Nadine2704

    Jupiter and Moons

    From the album: My (very amateurish) attempts at astrophotography!

    Jupiter and 3 of its Galilean moons. Canon 70d, 8" Dobsonian, prime focus Manually tracked, composite image 1 x 30 sec video for Jupiter PIPP, Registax, Lightroom Single exposure for moons
  3. For sale my canon IS bins. Excellent condition, comes with eye guards, bag instructions, original box, and case. Requires 2 x AA batterys, push button on the top to stabilize your view, I have had some great times observing with these, but have decided to sell them to fund my imaging side of astronomy. Id prefer if someone collected them, but I can post at the risk of the buyer (would be sent special delivery). Im asking for £180.
  4. From the album: Lunar and Planetary Images

    Moon and Jupiter showing 3 of it's Galilean moons. From top to bottom Europa, Ganymede and Callisto. Io was behind Jupiter at the time this was taken. Taken using Canon 100D DSLR. Tweaked in PS Elements 11.

    © Vicky050373

  5. Has anyone had any luck finding a decent case for the Canon IS 15x50? The case that comes with the binocular doesn't give much protection and has no shoulder strap. Edit: I've started looking at camera bags which seem to have similar dimensions to the Canon's (19.3/8.1/15.2cm) The Camlink CL-CB21 Shoulder bag looks like a possible fit at a decent price.
  6. Does anyone have any recommendations for an affordable lens for the Canon 60Da? I can't afford to spend hundreds on a wide angle lens and to be honest I'm not so much interested in big wide angle shots but more specific targets like the constellation Orion. I love my camera, I've used it many times with my Nexstar Evolution but it's not practical taking my scope with me when I travel (sadly!).
  7. From the album: Lunar and Planetary Images

    Composite image of The Moon and Jupiter taken 27.01.2016. The Moon is 1/250 second exposure at ISO 200 whist Jupiter is 1 second exposure at ISO 400. Images merged using PS Elements 11

    © Vicky050373

  8. Hi guys, you've probably hear this before but i have a 250PDS on an NEQ6 and I've been Finder Guiding but now I've brought a SW off-axis guider but for some reason i cant get focus in my EOS 450D. I've wound the mirror up as much as i dare but i still cant seem to gain focus. Does anyone out there use one or do you have any suggestions i could try? Thanks
  9. Hi all, I'm looking to buy a wide angle lens for my Canon 70d for photographing the night sky. I currently only have an 18-135mm lens. Having looked around, I'm finding it difficult to make the decision on my own! Does anyone have any recommendations? Max budget is around £300. Thanks!
  10. Aenima

    Comet Catalina

    From the album: The next step.

    Was really chuffed to catch this comet, especially with the two tails. This i believe is the 5th comet i've caught 'on film' as it were. Along with Panstarrs - ISON - Jacques, and Lovejoy (forgot the numerical names). Equipment: ED80 - / 350D -/ EQ6 -/ CLS clip
  11. From the album: Lunar and Planetary Images

    Another slightly moody shot of tonight's full moon, taken just before I called it a night as the clouds were coming in. Single 1/8 second exposure at ISO 100

    © Vicky050373

  12. From the album: Lunar and Planetary Images

    Full moon tonight, and the clouds cleared long enough to manage a bit of lunar imaging with my DSLR on my 80mm F7 Celestron refractor. Single 1/320 second exposure at ISO 200

    © Vicky050373

  13. From the album: DSO, Nebula, Galaxies, Comets etc

    The Orion constellation taken 14.01.16 using Canon 100D on Skywatcher Star Adventurer. A reworking of my original image using Gimp. Bringing out the detail and colours of the nebula has unfortunately also brightened the LP to the lower half of the image. You can clearly see M42 The Orion Nebula within "the sword", and there is The Flame Nebula and The Horsehead Nebula around the bottom left star of "the belt". You can also see an element of Barnard's Loop which is the red band that curves around the left hand side of the image.

    © Vicky050373

  14. From the album: Lunar and Planetary Images

    The Moon 20.01.2016 at 22.21 - Canon 100D DSLR on Celestron NexStar 80mm refractor - 1/400 second at ISO 400

    © Vivky050373

  15. From the album: DSO, Nebula, Galaxies, Comets etc

    Taken using Canon 100D on SkyWatcher Star Adventurer - 300mm lens, 30 second exposure at ISO 1600 Lightly processed in PS Elements 11

    © Vicky050373

  16. From the album: DSO, Nebula, Galaxies, Comets etc

    Comet (C/2013 US10) Catalina taken 14.01.16 using Canon 100D on SkyWatcher Star Adventurer - single 4 minute exposure at ISO 1600 Light processing in PS Elements 11

    © Vicky050373

  17. From the album: Stars and Constellations

    Taken using Canon 100D on Skywatcher Star Adventurer - 55mm lens - single 4 minute exposure at ISO 800 You can clearly see M42 The Orion Nebula within "the sword", and there is a hint of The Flame Nebula and The Horsehead Nebula around the bottom left star of "the belt" Taken during a trip out to The Dales on Thursday night at a nice dark site between Kettlewell and Hawes

    © Vicky050373

  18. From the album: Stars and Constellations

    Taken using Canon 100D on Skywatcher Star Adventurer - 75-300mm lens at 300mm, single exposure of 151.2 seconds at ISO 1600

    © Vicky050373

  19. From the album: DSO, Nebula, Galaxies, Comets etc

    Taken using Canon 100D on SkyWatcher Star Adventurer - 300mm lens, 30 second exposure at ISO 1600

    © Vicky050373

  20. From the album: DSO, Nebula, Galaxies, Comets etc

    Comet (C/2013 US10) Catalina taken 14.01.16 using Canon 100D on SkyWatcher Star Adventurer - single 4 minute exposure at ISO 1600

    © Vicky050373

  21. Due to to a combination of a change of shift pattern at work&a shoulder opI had last year Im reluctantly putting up my imaging setup for sale.It comprises of the following: 1. Ioptron ZEQ25GT with custom made CWs and extendable shaft,custom made pier head adapter with materials to make a DIY pier 2. SW 200PDS with rotating ring and secondary dew heater 3. Optistar AR80S Dual Speed 4. Modified Canon 350D with charger and battery 5. Astronomic CLS CCD 2" filter 6. SW Coma Corrector 7. Astronomiser 10m cable(for camera control) 8. QHY 5-II camera with guide scope adapter 9. Hotech Laser Collimator 10. Phillips SPC900(not in original casing) 11.DIY dew heaters and control unit 12.Bahtinov masks for both scopes Comes in a flight case and a few other bits and pieces that you see in the photos.I've attached a photo of The Witches Broom which i took with this setup,photoshop not being of of my best skills £1300 ovno
  22. From the album: Stars and Constellations

    Aldebaran and the Hyades - 11.01.16 at 21.11 - Canon 100D on SkyWatcher Star Adventurer - 75-300mm lens at 135mm, 30 second exposure at ISO 400.

    © Vicky050373

  23. From the album: Stars and Constellations

    M45 The Pleiades - 11.01.16 at 20.44 - Canon 100D on SkyWatcher Star Adventurer - 75-300mm lens at 300mm, 30 second exposure at ISO 200.

    © Vicky050373

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