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Old 27th June 2018
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Re: Milky Way

Originally Posted by Graptolite View Post

I think you do need a bigger sensor to really get the detail, or possibly I'll need to have a good look at image stacking, which I've not yet tried.
When the air glow is there it will still show on a shot made using a full frame sensor, plus you won't get any more detail. To get more detail needs longer exposures at a given ISO, thats when astrophotography starts to hurt your wallet!

I assume the airglow is constantly changing so stacking a few shots taken at say 5 minute intervals may help as long as you align them first. Many photo applications can do this for you.

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