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Message posted by _tich_ on 12/9/2014 at 5:02pm
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Some cracking photo's chaps I managed to get a shot of the harvest moon the other night shame the edge of it is a little overcooked so might use a different scope & make up a mosaic next time.

Harvest moon taken 9/9/14


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very nice tich

i take it your heading out tonight for the lights ?

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I think I'm far to south to see anything but will keep looking out the hallway window just in case.

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Well I got nothing as regards the Aurora to many clouds around & when it did clear I think the moonlight & light pollution would have washed it all out anyway the brief clear spell we did get I took a quickie of the moon using the SCT this time so much more magnification using this. It were quite tight getting it all onto the camera chip but managed it just!!




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I was under the impression that it was going to be cloudy last night so never bothered going out, just after midnight I looked out the window & saw that it was clear so as the scope was already set up on the mount I carried it outside & took some more shots of the moon. It was a little hazy at times but I got 340 shots of it this time. I stacked 75% of the best images done a bit of tweaking & ended up with this. It clearly shows that a bit more data can go a long way as I reckon it looks a bit more crisper plus there's a bit more colour showing up in this image. I used the same kit & settings for both shots just roughly tripled the data.




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after some advice please people

Looking for good reliable second hand shops for lens


i am after a 10.5 to 14mm lens with an ap of F2 or lower

any links to good reliable places most welcome

cheers RG


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Looking at a present for the other half

This thing


can one of you kind experts tell me if its any good for
basic wildlife pictures in zoos and safari parks


camera it will be used on is a nikon d5100

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ah so tread very carefully with this a lot if not all of the lower range nikons the 5100 included do NOT have a focussing motor built in ,which means you can only use certain lenses on them.

   i personally would tread with extreme caution on this and try before you buy if possible ,LCE in chester are pretty good and won't rip you off

the sigma 150-500 is also a very heavy lump and she might find it to heavy it will also unbalance with a lightweight camera on it .

going back to your ad as well be careful with buying from digital rev as there warranty is a return to them one i.e hong kong at YOUR EXPENSE if you do intend to buy new and grey H.DEW is far better and actually u.k based with a proper warranty procedure ..

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one from earlier in the year ,

kite 1 by blackfox wildlife and nature imaging, on Flickr

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