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Hello from Croatia

23 Mar, 2018 15:22

I am Milan Karakaš from Croatia. Aside other hobbies, photography is one of my love. Recently bought Skywatcher 150/750 and begin to make photos (missing coma corrector for deep sky objects). Weather does not cooperate as I wish. Previous work with 300 mm, TAIR-3S, F/4.5 telephoto lens does not produce good images. Probably it is chromatic aberration corrector that is not aligned properly. Just few days ago figured out how to magnify and shot Jupiter and Saturn, but got only partially clear sky. Few times tried to catch ISS, but failed - no much details. My new Sony a6300 camera promising. So far not main complains. I live in moderately light polluted city, I think it is zone 5, or "orange" by some pollution maps. I think that is all for now.

Clear skies!
23 Mar, 2018 22:35
Hi Milan,
24 Mar, 2018 00:09
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