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I am going to post it here..obviously I need help to solve this!

I set the Star Adventurer to tak 180sec images, connect the mount to dslr and started the session..I was dumb enough not to look after a while..happened before tho whwn I controlled the dslr session with laptop..first time with cable now!

It is a freaking 7143 second exposure..help me! The camera is a modified 1300D tho.

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Wow !

What sensor temperature is the exif showing ?

Don't forget to take some darks.......  :-)

Michael 

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10 minutes ago, michael8554 said:

Wow !

What sensor temperature is the exif showing ?

Don't forget to take some darks.......  :-)

Michael 

Belive or not..the sensor temperature is only 12°C

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I think you have recorded the original heat blast signature of the Big Bang......   That's really Deep Sky..!!

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