So far it was only once clear enough for me to photograph the comet. And, how should it be different, screwed up in many ways…. The image(s) were taken on January 28, 2023 around midnight with the Fuji X-T5 on the Fujinon XF50-140mm at f/2.8 and ISO 1600. Not focused accurately, tracking not set well […]
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Month: January 2023
The brightness and therefore visibility especially of the tail of C/2020 Neowise will surely not reach the comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF). Yesterday evening at the ferry port it was in the picture, but it is still so dark that you can find it only by extensive search in the picture.
Two (single) shots from yesterday morning with the Fuji X-T5 on the Nikkor 500mm. The first picture was taken with the 1.7 teleconverter on the Nikkor. So the focal length is 850mm. The second one was taken with the Nikkor and a Kenko 2.0 plus a Kenko 1.5 teleconverter. That gives a focal length […]
Astro images reprocessed
With more progress in editing, it is also worthwhile – in case of persistent bad weather – to reprocess some previous shots. In the new edits, the image detail was not chosen 100% exactly the same. Here are some comparisons… M31 – Andromeda from October 7, 2022. M33 – Triangulum Galaxy from […]