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Pat mcevoy

Two images from my A7S

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Both images are 60 second exposures both are 11 images stacked ISO 12800 TS 65 mm telescope A7S camera

With great dark sky's

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Processed in pixinsight and Lightroom

Thanks for looking

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stunning images mate, lovely colour and detail, well framed.  well done,  thanks for sharing  charl.

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Beautiful images and very nice processing. Well done and thanks for showing us. :smiley:

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Great images. Did you use any filters to get the nebulae this strong?

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oh my days ISO 12800!

ps - amazing images!

Edited by abodee2

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Thanks for the comments I didn't use any filters at all its all down to the dark sky's here in west Wales

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great images for the amount of exposure..

         

I wish I had skies as dark..

                                             Robert..

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Very good pictures for just 11 minutes of data!    It's an excellent camera, that A7S.  You processed the data well to give excellent star colour.

If you are shooting raw data, I see no need to push it beyond ISO 4000 - all you are doing is to saturate the stars earlier and not increasing the ability to resolve faint stuff.

Using it in bulb mode (for the 60sec exposures) did you notice any problems from the star eating issue?

Mark

Edited by sharkmelley

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