Re: Astrophotography Done with the iEXOS-100, EXOS 2, and G11 Post your Pictures and Details! Lets Show What These Mounts Can Do. #iEXOS-100 #G11 #EXOS2 #astrophotography
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From: "jrichard333 <jrichard333@...>" <jrichard333@...>
Date: 7/19/20 11:58 PM (GMT-05:00)
Subject: [ESPMC-Eight] Astrophotography done with the iEXOS-100 and EXOS 2 post your picture and details lets show what this mount can do. #iexos-100 #EXOS2 #astrophotography
Good day all,
Mars and Jupiter were captured during an onslaught of intermittent cloud clover.
I view all of these images as practice runs. I am still learning and developing my skill set.
I need a bit more work on Mars, but I can see slight improvement, although chromatic
aberrations are running wild.
Camera: Canon 70D
Date: July 12, 2020
Target 1: Jupiter; altitude. 30-degrees
Target 2: Mars; altitude 35-degrees
Telescope: Sky-Watcher Skymax 180mm Maksutov @2700mm
Total focal length/ 2X Teleconverter: 5400mm
Filter: 2” LiPo/ Glow
Mount: iEXOS-100/ ST3/ AZ Adjuster
Software: FastStone Image viewer/ FastStone Photo Resizer
Moon: 54.7% luminance
Mars is getting more circular, which is a good thing J.
Jupiter; opposition missed due to cloud cover. I do like the color
of Jupiter…pretty vibrant. This is a GIF file. But it does not work
embedded into this message. I wanted to see the difference between
color and shades of grey. Shades of grey is better.