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  • “Fun with MF images” (and similar) has been one of the most popular threads but its length is almost impossible to navigate as it spans years. In order to organize such threads and make them manageable, we decided to split them by years. So every year we will start a brand new thread, for example “Fun with MF images 2021.” The older threads are still available for viewing but posting there will be locked.

Fun with MF images - ARCHIVED - FOR VIEWING ONLY

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Ed Hurst

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The California Nebula photographed with my IQ4150 through a SkyWatcher 8" reflector telescope, processed in Capture One and Photoshop. This is a combination of 12 minute exposures taken through an Optolong l-eNhance Pro filter and 20 minute exposures taken through a hydrogen-alpha filter. For the most part the stars are from the Optolong filter exposures and the texture of the glowing cloud of hydrogen gas is from the hydrogen-alpha filter.
Stunning, Craig! Just stunning :)
 

Bill Caulfeild-Browne

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Bill, ironically I was just reading your thread about your decision to buy the XT. How are you enjoying it?
Absolutely love it! Slows me down and I'm enjoying the "manual' aspect. Takes me back to my previous non-auto exposure, manual focus youth.
The 32 mm lens is phenomenal, by far the best resolution I've experienced. I haven't picked up the XF since getting the XT.
 
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