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Orion constellation...


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Orion constellation sent on December 05, 2015 (20:07) by Riccardo Boldrini. 3 comments, 1083 views. [retina]

, 4 sec f/1.6, ISO 400, tripod. Ferrara, Italy.

Costellazione di Orione fotografata con il Canon 50 1.4 in centro a Ferrara in una sera limpida (e fredda)

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sent on December 05, 2015 (22:12) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I started so beautiful .... :-)

sent on January 30, 2016 (17:07) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

hello Riccardo, I am not expert in astrophotography but I think I read that in these cases, if you use a 50 mm generous openness, you can safely hold the shutter open for 10 seconds without see the trail of stars and making well, maybe the background clearer.


up here talking to photograph the Milky Way, but maybe it's not what matters to you specifically.

sent on January 30, 2016 (17:42) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello Pierluigi thanks passage ;-)
Thanks for the suggestion. With the resolution of the 70D you can not go more than 4-5 seconds with 50 (2-2.5 with 100 f / 2) without using the tracker. With the tracker without a cam alignment I should get to 140 seconds (I have not tried it yet but I hope to do so soon 8-) -D)
Also unfortunately 50 at rt for its characteristics suffers a lot of coma, that the corners (also the frame aps-c) distorts the image (rigel betelgeuse and are an example of this thing in this photo)
Now I have a 50D I have to change with ir-cut or full spectrum (are undecided).

Marzio: Thanks a lot, your are fantastic ;-)

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