Date Taken: 08/05/2011 Photographer:
Michael C. Location: Cedar Key, FL
Orion 80ED apochromatic refractor with Orion 2" dual-speed focuser
Orion Sirius EQ-G
Canon Rebel XS 1000D DSLR (astro modified) Processing: Registered and stacked in Deep Sky Stacker with dark, flat, and bias calibration frames; final processing in Photoshop Exposure: 15 x 480sec at ISO1600 Other Equipment Used: Orion 0.85x focal reducer/corrector and StarShoot autoguider with Orion 50mm mini guide scope
For the advanced astrophotographer, the Orion Sirius 8 EQ-G GoTo telescope allows you to capture sharp clear images. 42,900 celestial objects are available with the push of a button and built-in autoguider port and PEC make tracking objects a breeze.
The Orion Sirius EQ-G GoTo Telescope Mount is less hefty than the Orion Atlas but with the same drive motors, electronic features, and functionality. This mount can hold up to a 30lb load and allows you to select from 42,900 objects in the database.
The Orion StarShoot is an easy-to-use, affordable autoguider for long-exposure astrophotography. Plug it into an autoguider port on your mount and let it do the work for you. It comes with the software and cables needed to work right out of the box!
Compact 50mm guide scope makes it easy to add accuracy to astrophotographs. Includes Mini 50mm Guide Scope, adjustable bracket, dovetail mounting base, adapter plate, and more. For use with astrophotography telescopes up to 1500mm focal length.
Compact, all-in-one autoguiding solution with everything you need to optimize astrophotography accuracy. Includes Mini 50mm guide scope, StarShoot AutoGuider, adjustable bracket, and more. Works with photographic telescopes up to 1500mm focal length.
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