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Always wanted to snap this region of the Orion constellation, knowing the vast nebulosity that hides within this region.  Especially I have just had my DSLR modded and had not tested it

During the early hours of 18th Nov, the sky was crispy clear and I decided to take the camera out and give Orion some attention

for those who may not know the big red loop is called Barnard’s Loop, remnants of a supernova. Also showing Orion’s Nebula, flame Nebula and Horse Head Nebula.

Pic Info:

60x60s lights at iso800, taken with canon 550d modded and 50mm lens at f1.8 , mounted on star adventurer mini . Lights stacked in DSS and processed in pixinsight.

 

 

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Very nice.

Out of interest, how much time do you leave for cool down between each exposure?

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25 minutes ago, adyj1 said:

Very nice.

Out of interest, how much time do you leave for cool down between each exposure?

30s. I always try to leave half the exposure time as intervals between frames 

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Fantastic pictures. It will encourage many people to try. My DSLR is not modded. How different would the image be if the same parameters were used,but without a modded DSLR? 

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