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Offline subbu68

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Jupiter and its moons
« on: November 14, 2011, 04:17:04 PM »
Looked out of the window to see the only celestial body we see here in the city at night. Trained my camera with 70-300G. focussing was difficult - was it pin sharp or out of focus? managed a few shots at different ISOs. Higher ISOs were very  noisy.

On tripod with cable release. ISO100, Mode M, 300mm, f5.6 and 1 sec. PPd on CaptureOne Express. Contract and brightness adjusted. Shadow slider moved up. Cropped 798x798 pixels.

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Offline PhilBee

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Re: Jupiter and its moons
« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2011, 04:32:44 PM »
That is amazing Subbu especially with only a 300mm lens!
Phil
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