Truth is the cubed root of Verbosity.
James Nexstar 8SE, Celestron MAK C90, Skywatcher Backpacker 80, ES 102 ED, Orion XT4.5, Celestron 15x70 binos Baader Maxbright Binoviewers, ES 82*-6.7mm, 8.8, 14, 14, and 24mm EPs, Celestron zoom EP CGEM DX mount, ASI210mc, Canon T2i More stuff than I care to add!
Celestron Nexstar 8SE with 6.3 focal reducer SV 90mm SVT Raptor APO Triplet Refractor Celestron AS-GT (Hypertuned) Orion SSAG/Mini-guider Canon T3i DSLR modded with Baader UV/IR filter Backyard EOS/Deep Sky Stacker/Photoshop CS5
Skip Celestron NexStar 6SE Orion SkyQuest XT10i Intelliscope Lots of cheap (inexpensive) glass and a bunch of other astro-stuff. Fort Worth Astronomical Society Austin Astronomical Society
Quote:This is really neat, why not dedicate this thread to hyperstar images? Many more like this and I will sell a kidney...
Quote:Hopskipson, I don't think that is true about Celestron not offering fastar in non-Edge models. I was considering the non-edge version and Dean at Starizona said there was no difference when using Hyperstar. I went with the Edge just for resale purposes. Either the xlt or edge will work with Hyperstar.
Quote:I bought my SE8 about 3 years ago and it was offered as Faststar compatable. Now when I check new scopes it's not advertised only on the Edge models. Starizona does offer an adapter to change a non-faststar into one.
Celestron 8SE with some eyepieces. Neximage 5 Unmodded T2i/550D Orion Sirius EQ-G
Quote:Josh, obviously you did a great deal of mosaic work for those very-wide-scale shots. Marvelous results; love the HDR.