In April 2010, I was finally able to make some photos of the moon with my new Sky-Watcher Heritage P130 Dobsonian telescope. Again, the interesting question was: Would the new equipment show in the results? To make it short: I think, yes!
My new Ricoh GXR is also a digicam that I can hold at the eyepiece, using the 1:50 method; I used the A12 camera unit with APS-C-size sensor. Once more, it was very difficult for me to avoid vignetting. I used the following camera settings: program automatic, 800 ASA, distance fixed to infinity.
I mainly used a 15mm eyepiece, but also some others. Regrettably, I do no longer know for which photo I used which eyepiece...
|April 20, 2010||April 20, 2010|
April 20, 2010, April 24, 2010 - Sky-Watcher Heritage P130 and Ricoh GXR with A12-50 unit