Astrophotograher's Guide to the Deep Sky
A Guide to DSLR Planetary Imaging
A Beginner's Guide to DSLR Astrophotography
An Advanced Guide to DSLR Astrophotography
Photoshop for Astrophotographers
Astrophoto: Intes Micro ALTER-M606 (6" f/6 MCT), Astrotech AT6RC (6" f/9 RC), 2x Tair-3 lenses (300mm f/4.5)
Visual: Celestron 8 SCT ('77 Orange Tube, 8" f/10), Selsi #247 Refractor (aka Towa #339, 80mm f/15), Tasco 11TE-5 Newtonian (4.5" f/7.9), Galileoscope (50mm f/10)
Mounts: Celestron CI-700, iOptron ZEQ25GT, Celestron CG5-ASGT, plus a couple old EQ2s My Astrophotography Site: http://ap.x-wing.ca/
Quote:Some people argue that you reach a point of diminishing returns, but I don't think there is ever a point where more subs hurt.
HyperTuned CGEM and G11wG2 SV115T20, Meade SN-8, AT-66, and modified 20d. Nebulosity, SkyTools3, TSX, and Pixinsight.
Quote:In the April 2012 issue of Astronomy Magazine, Tony Hallas argued that you reach an asymptotic boundary at about 25 frames and that shooting more frames was basically a waste of time.