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North America and Pelican Nebulae sent on July 04, 2014 (23:35) by Marzio Bambini. 27 comments, 2197 views. [retina]

, Posa B f/4.0, ISO 1600, tripod.

LT: 4.7.2014 00h 04m, Poggio Rusco (MN), Canon EF 135 f/2.0 at f/4.0, Canon EOS 60D CentralDS ts=+26/-5°c at 1600 Iso, Lumicon Deep Sky, Vixen Tracker SP no guide. Integration 34x3', 5 dark, 33 bias, 33 flat, PixInsight. E' la solita e svalutata NGC7000, ma se mi avessero detto 20 anni fa che avrei scattato una foto così dal centro del mio paesello non ci avrei creduto, ecco cos'ha di particolare questa foto. Un saluto a tutti.



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avatarjunior
sent on July 05, 2014 (1:30) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Mizzeca beautiful .... I like wow!

user42060
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sent on July 05, 2014 (11:28) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I love these photos, I really like. :-P

But to the naked eye had this kind of view looking up at the sky or the remote has helped exponentially? :-P

avatarsupporter
sent on July 05, 2014 (14:40) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

With the naked eye I saw only a few starlet, I would say the main Swan, a good evening, but nothing special in the middle of the Po Valley at 16 meters above sea level.
Keep in mind that they are in the center of town surrounded by the lights of the main square, the sodium streetlights streets, the light of the neon signs of the shops, etcetera etcetera etcetera.
A decisive assistance comes from Lumicon Deep Sky filter placed 72mm from the front of the lens (with Helium) .... and then it's the magic of the digital age:-D
Thanks Luca
Thanks Nokiottolo89
Marzio:-P

user42060
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sent on July 05, 2014 (14:52) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Beautiful, curious sensation then filter what you would come out? I would like to understand the difference ;-)

avatarsupporter
sent on July 05, 2014 (15:12) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hard answer in words, it would be better for you to see.
I could tell it would not be left out .... almost nothing .... that's all.
We'll post a picture (raw, unprocessed) test performed shortly before the sequence itself made no filter just to check the quality of the sky. I hope to help you understand.
Marzio :-)




user42060
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sent on July 05, 2014 (15:16) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Wow once the filter is applied the camera is able to cattutare all that light and extra details? Wow!

avatarsupporter
sent on July 05, 2014 (15:22) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Approximately, it is exact. :-D
But if you want to know more, if you care to better understand the underlying mechanisms would invite you to read some specific text type "Practical Guide all'astrofotografia digital" by Lorenzo Comolli (Cobarcore) and Daniele Cipollina, a real wealth of information ;-)
Clear skies, Marzio

user42060
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sent on July 05, 2014 (15:26) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Interested, thanks ;-)
A filter such as cost?

avatarsupporter
sent on July 05, 2014 (16:48) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

You know you do not know what it costs today a filter so?
What I think is not used even longer in production.
In any case we speak for these diameters of a few hundred Euros.

user42060
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sent on July 05, 2014 (17:37) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Not much ;-) But you have to match cmq a tele right?

avatarsupporter
sent on July 06, 2014 (19:48) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

depends on what you want to resume
the only solution is to do some test ;-)
hello, Marzio

user42060
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sent on July 06, 2014 (20:41) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

True, well, let's say you go much adventure. Not too far from me there is a place, also referred to here on the forum, suitable for astrophotography.

avatarsenior
sent on July 06, 2014 (21:33) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

You did a really nice job! Applause for the beautiful shot! Greetings alberto

avatarsenior
sent on July 06, 2014 (22:38) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Bella.

avatarjunior
sent on July 07, 2014 (13:36) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

bellissssima ... congratulations!!
good heavens, that lower valance reserve (I'll tell you from Viadana of birth) :-)
but exactly what kind of filter mounts? I ask because my goal is 77mm and I still have not decided which filter to buy
Thank you
hello
carlo

avatarsupporter
sent on July 07, 2014 (22:33) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks Alberto, thanks Sunblack :-)

avatarsupporter
sent on July 07, 2014 (22:40) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Charles I used an old Lumicon Deep Sky's.
I had one from 97 to 48mm when photographing in color using the analog Scotch Chrome 800-3200 tirade at 1600 ISO.
I happened recently to use the filter with the step-down rings for 72mm objectives with results still interesting.
Then I found a used filter equal, maybe better because premium with a spectrum of light to pass better, 72mm and I made the purchase .... this is the result ;-)
I am satisfied, but I'd like to redo this item blacks from heaven:-D
Hello, Marzio :-)

user15434
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sent on July 10, 2014 (22:26) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Wow! Great job ...
compliments and proxima,
David

avatarsupporter
sent on July 11, 2014 (19:36) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thank you David.
I have a lack of reflection due to Deneb and the light comes dell'inseguitorino, but I'm working.
Hello:-D

avatarsupporter
sent on July 13, 2014 (22:00) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I do not think that I am never able to see it even in the pitch dark of Sardinia, very good


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