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Another of the Moon from tonight this time with the 1.4x convertor. I tried for Jupiter but thats out of reach with an 800mm, need an astronomy scope for that one.
Many thanks for the HC from Pete, really appreciated
Beautiful Richard, an amazing body
That is amazing Richard. Excellent. It's like turning a light onto it. Truly brilliant
(It's very cloudy here. I intended to re-do the film shots & I've turned my 2x convertor out.
Another night perhaps, unless it clears later)
no 2 .fine shot
Amazing work again, Richard. Incredible detail and clarity in both versions.
The detail of the craters, upper right, is excellent.
Wonderful detail and clarity Richard. That old Sigma glass is working well. Fantastic shot. Hope you wont mind if I suggest that somehow I preferred the original. Think the air was clearer perhaps.
WoW now that's just bloody awesome Richard, telescope used as an extender I presume
Nope just the same setup as I use for wildlife Dean, no telescopes involved just the Sigma 800 and a 1.4 x convertor
Tremendous detail and clarity Richard, as good an image of the moon as i've ever seen on here
sorry richard never saw this previously great shots i prefer the sepia toned one personlly
iits not sepia toned that's that actual colour of the moon
So difficult, I've failed in every attempt to do this Richard.... my hat is off to you mate, superb
excellent that is what I call superb clarity. Agree about the colour. Looks the same from here.
will try again next time we get a clear sky. Might try 600mm + 2x tc
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