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Photographing the stars on a NikonD40


greatdog 7 21 England
5 Apr 2011 7:14AM
How do i take a photograph of the stars using a nikon D40,i dont understand this setting to invinity bit!

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Boyd 11 11.2k 11 Wales
5 Apr 2011 8:10AM
User_Removed 5 4.6k 1 Scotland
5 Apr 2011 10:46AM
It's got more to do with the lens you use than the particular camera body. Ideally, of course, you want the filter in front of the sensor changed to allow light of around the 700MHz frequency through - but that then makes the camera less useful for general photography. (If you are really interested in the technicalities, it's got something to do with the alternative electron states within hydrogen atoms and the light frequencies they correspond to.)

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