Category Archives: Canon 200mm prime lens
The supernova remnant is barely visible dead-centre in this highly stretched image of the CTB1 region in Cassiopeia.
The Caph region of Cassiopeia taken with the Canon 200mm prime lenses. 14 x 15-minute subs taken on 3rd October 2018.
30-minute subs with the 2 x 200mm lenses for a total of 4.5 hours. 12th September 2018. Clear Moonless night, started imaging at 11:00 p.m.
I added some extra data to the top (north) of this one and reprocessed the lot again. Canon 200mm prime lenses with the Trius M26C OSC CCDs – a horizontal 2-frame mosaic with each frame in portrait mode.
Only been able to recently process this one properly thanks to Noel Carboni’s new AstroFlat plugin. This is a 2-framer using the 200mm lenses and Trius M26C OSC CCDs with each frame a total of 12-hours integration time using 20-minute … Continue reading
Beautiful clear Moonless sky last night – hard to know where to point the telescopes. Decided on the Bubble nebula region and the 2 x Canon 200mm prime lenses together with the 2 x Trius M26C OSC CCDs. “Claws” is … Continue reading
A couple of nights back we had an extremely rare clear, Moonless night. Gremlins were at work as I have hardly used the kit in almost a year – never mind. Managed to get 4 x 30-minute subs on the … Continue reading
This is a two-framer using the Canon 200mm lenses on the miniWASP array. Left hand frame is centred on IC2087. Image flattened using Noel Carboni’s new flattening tool.
A two-framer of the Arcturus region using the Canon 200mm lenses on the miniWASP array. Image flattened using Noel Carboni’s new flattening tool – soon to be released.
As well as capturing asteroid JO25 2014 on the single Sky 90/M26C – I also managed to grab 16 subs on the two 200mm lenses with the Trius M26Cs. Sub number 12 (counting down from the top) is missing as … Continue reading