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Hello,

This is my first Milky Way timelapse :)



Canon eos 1200d with kit lens 18-55mm.
Made 212 shots at 25s exporsure iso 3200.
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Fantastic. There are a lot of posts on here that say the canon 1200d is not great for astrophotograpy but that looks pretty good to me.

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Well done! Nice.

What's that white thing in the lower righthand corner ? 

Thank you, It's observatory :)

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