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Badgerjc

The moon with a phone

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Not a bad Unconventional Image that matey :D Got a fair ammount of detail in there. That nokia 3.2mp phone might be happier if you pop a moon filter on the scopes' eyepiece.

Cheers

Matthew(SR)

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Matt (SR) Started this trend, and it has taken off in a big way. There has been some splendid results coming in since, and long may it continue.

This one is a very good example, but I agree on the toning down, and the filter.

Ron. :D

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Who needs an expensive camera when you can use an expensive phone :D

Heh - I've never had to pay for one yet myself Dave :D Mine have all been free.

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That's a great shot, those cell phones can surely produce some great results.

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I always thought Steel Rat had some secret agent 007 phone or something, and now it seems it is really possible to image with a phone.. :scratch: nice one Andrew! BTW, verry good advice from SR - it would make life easier for your Nokia's chip :D

Well, astro-imaging just gone cheaper with this, and SR Trapezium:)

Marius

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