After solving some focus problems with my Galaxy S5 and the Snap Camera app, I took some HDR pics of Andromeda. Due to sub-freezing temps, I kept things simple and I had my Televue 70mm F6.8 refractor on an altaz mount. Picture specs: ISO 1600, 1/10", average of seven shots in HDR night mode (I presume this means that seven 1/10" pics were averaged into one image, but I have not yet found documentation to explain the final exposure values of the HDR mode of this app). Filter was the DGM NPB nebula filter. PVS-7 in prime focus mode with MX-10130D/UV tube, contract W9124Q-05-D-0821. The Andromeda picture below is the original HDR image flipped R-L to eliminate the diagonal's inversion and cropped to meet attachment requirements. No other processing.
On Stellarium I see that M32 (one of the two tiny galaxies next to Andromeda) is positioned with nearby stars HIP 3293 and HIP 3494 in a right triangle shape. Nu Andromedae is further above.
In my pic I seem to see a match with these objects (and others that I am not mentioning here). However M110 (the other small galaxy on the other side of Andromeda) is not clearly visible.
Can anyone comment if it is correct to presume that M32 is visible in my pic? If you click on the image it blows up a bit. Thx
Edited by DMala, 09 December 2018 - 12:27 PM.