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geppetto

Just a bit of fun

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WO 66mm Petzval with D40 at prime focus.

Just shot a few test widefield shots with the sky still brightish but before the moon

had made a difference about 10 o' clock last night

All about 45 seconds exposure ISO 200 aimed by my red dot finder at some DSO's

All greatly reduced in size to fit here but not cropped

Always suprises me what a camera can pick up... :(

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Always suprises me what a camera can pick up... :(

It does indeed Phil.

Certainly a lot more than the Mk1 'eyeball' can.

Dave

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Just double checked the EXIF files on the camera card and the shots were between

22:14 and 22:32 last night

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:shock: Amazed that you got M51 with that set-up in those skies... can clearly tell it's there. Nice work

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