Monthly Archives: July 2012

The State of the Art

I’ve recently started shooting some hydrogen alpha with my QSI 683. I’ve just recently reached 10 minutes as the maximum for unguided exposures, so I started by guiding so I could go 15 minutes, which at f/3 (Veloce RH-200 optic) … Continue reading

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DSLR Modification

My first DSLR was the original release of the Canon Digital Rebel. I hated digital cameras, primarily because of the long delay between the button press and the shutter click. I was a normal photography enthusiast before I was an … Continue reading

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