|m16 with canon 700d and the bresser 150 f8|
Dangerously low and with 90% humidity from the moisture laden easterlies, this was either gonna be a pleasant surprise or disaster...
|globular cluster m22 in sagittarius|
700d + nt150s 30x90s @ ISO800
A 6" reflector, high up in the fox.
nebula and cluster ngc6823 in vulpecula
700d + nt150s 22x240s @ ISO800
So, at last. A storm. Clear air yes, but still very low. Out with the 6", f8. The one which is too slow for astro-photography. That one. Two consecutive nights: before and after the meridian on 10th. and after meridian only on 11th, combining all the frames was disappointing. Here is the best set from the latter only. Somewhat different for the same target with the big refractor this time last year...
|star forming region m16 the eagle in serpens cauda|
700d + nt150L 22x240s @ ISO800