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#1 infernodim

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Posted 24 November 2022 - 08:25 AM

Hello!

 

I have a SW 130/900 Newtonian telescope and up to now i have managed to get some descent (for the equipment) planetary photos (video, PIPP, AUTOSTAKKERT, REGISTAX) through an eyepiece and my samsung note 10+

 

https://imgur.com/a/hGfRjdl

 

So today i got my hands on ZWO ASI 224 MC camera.

 

I would like to ask, given that i do manual tracking ( i might get also a motor for the eq2) and all the limitations of my equipement  (no tracking, bad mount, small camera sensor etc), which i am very well aware off, are there any small DSO that i can capture without tracking (e.g crab nebula)

For instance, crab nebula sits well into the FOV as shown in Astronomy tools.

 

If so, how can i do it? Through many small exposure pics and then stacking?

 

Thanks a lot for your help!!

 

p.s i know that this scope is not meant for AP but I bought it in order to check if i like the hobby and i am sure hooked. For the near future there is no possibility to proceed with an appropriate AP set up

 




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