The clouds cleared this evening and the moon was very bright so after I was viewing a while I figured I’d try some simple photos with my iPhone SE (older model but compact and works well for me) using an inexpensive no name cell phone mount from amazon. My scope is a Meade 395 90mm f/11 1000 focal length.
These are using a Meade 8-24 zoom set to 8mm
On the ones from the 5.5mm there’s an eyelash or something at about 8 o’clock lower left side.
I think they came out pretty good for a set of quick and simple shots taken on the fly with no processing though.
I guess this is how most get started on astrophotography. I suppose I need to start reading about processing images now. So much to learn, so little time LOL.
let me know what you think and maybe info on where to start. Is there an Astrophotography for dummies book maybe?
Edited by JimB1, 17 October 2018 - 08:10 PM.