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this morning i made my first attempt taking a picture of Jupiter.
The hardware i used:
Skywatcher Skymax 127 SW AZ GTI mount Sony A6300 T2 adapter (about 40mm long) 1,25" nosepiece on the adaptor. So camera in prime focus with no barlow, filters,...
Camera settings in manual mode : AWB; Shutter 2,5sec; ISO1600
AWB; 1/3sec ISO100
So, as you can see not that good, a Barlow probably would have been better, but i guess there's more to be done here...
Some tips ?
My attempt at capturing an image of the moon at perigee early last week (2018-01-02).
Imaged with an iPhone 6 through a Celestron K10mm eyepiece with a moon filter, using a Celestron AstroMaster 130EQ-MD.
Image was taken in burst mode with a 2-sec timer to avoid camera shake. Adjusted color and levels using the Photos app.
This is the original: