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Astronomy => Astrophotography => Topic started by: Apophis on Nov 06, 2017, 14:24:07

Title: Timelapse , Worthing 5th November
Post by: Apophis on Nov 06, 2017, 14:24:07
Used my Canon 750d with a fisheye lens and a dew strap.
1335 x 20 seconds at 800 ISO.
Joined with pipp.

At about 6 seconds in the Dew Strap became disconnected so jumps a bit , had to get a hairdryer to clear the lens , you can actually see some condensation clear as Moon moves into shot.
Nice fireworks on right, a few shooting stars, Orion following the moon round, and at about 49 seconds the ISS appearing from the left as Moon descends.
(https://cdn.astrobin.com/thumbs/3c98243c07353aa089e2e7eca114f260.1824x0_q100_watermark_watermark_opacity-18_watermark_position-6_watermark_size-M_watermark_text-(c)Roger%20Nicholson.jpg) (http://www.astrobin.com/full/320429/0/?nc=user)
https://youtu.be/Uk-rm0IMuj8 (https://youtu.be/Uk-rm0IMuj8)
Best with speed set to .5.
Just streamed to my smartTV and is really effective.
Roger
Title: Re: Timelapse , Worthing 5th November
Post by: MarkS on Nov 07, 2017, 18:51:11
Nice timelapse!

Do you plan to do another, without the moon?

Mark
Title: Re: Timelapse , Worthing 5th November
Post by: Apophis on Nov 07, 2017, 19:06:18
I would probably want to image a target until i get another camera to use on my Star Adventurer.
All i could do with such a bright Moon.
Roger