Deep Sky Photography

Photographing Deep Sky is the most difficult part of Astro photography.

Now the digital revolution opens a lot of possibilities. Digital Astro photography isn't as hard as the classical photography.
It's a complete different experience.

Orion Nebula. Wide field 300mm Zeiss s-Tessar

Telescope: 300mm Zeiss Tessar
Mount: Polarex 4" 105mm
System: Prime focus
Camera: Canon EOS 550DA
Exposure: 20 X 15 sec + 30 x 30sec + 30 x 60sec @ 800asa + darks and flats
Autoguiding: none
Treatment: Nebulosity and Photoshop
Remarks: piggy back on the 4" Polarex refractor

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