Best of both worlds!

Discussion in 'Photography Equipment & Products' started by micandy2019, Aug 30, 2020.

  1. Space Face

    Space Face TPF Noob!

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    Wow, some big budget stuff going on here. Good luck with the venture. I do love those highly detailed astro shots.


     
  2. malling

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    It sounds like landscape astrophotography to me and not deep astrophotography.

    With the first you can basically use any good light sensitive FF camera with good iso handling, a good manual or manual capable lens on a stable quality carbon fibre tripod, and then just do stacking, this will actually be enough. It’s important the lens has good Coma handling.

    A high end prime or zoom would obviously work too if they work manually but are much more expensive and heavy solutions. This can be a challenge if you want to take in into a mountain range.

    Some use startracker and guiding systems to take longer exposures without startrails.

    I have no deep knowledge about deep astrophotography but it requires a completely different setup. I think you would be better off asking at a astrophotography forum.
     
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