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Sep 17, 2012 11:54:21   #
Thank you so much. I am filing your response and hope to get back to you with some photos - when I figure out the timed exposure set up. Connie
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Sep 14, 2012 14:48:00   #
Thanks Rex. We'll try that android ap - but not sure if it is compatible with the iPad. What marvels, now, eh?
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Sep 13, 2012 22:30:19   #
My friend's iPad does that. But - phew - I didn't know you could point it down to the earth and see the opposite celestial skys! Wow! The ap she has is GoSkyWatch. We like it so far. It's FREE.
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Sep 13, 2012 22:29:09   #
Thank you - this is what I have been looking for, some values. I have a Nikon D50 with a 70-300 lens in southern AZ - where the milky way is wonderful. I do have a tripod. What I can't figure out is how to set the damn thing for a 4 minute exposure. Anyone?
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Sep 2, 2012 00:22:03   #
OK - I'm a little late in reading the post, but I took this blue moon rising above my mountain - Pusch Ridge outside of Tucson, AZ. I took the shot late Thursday, the 30th. I adjusted the levels in photoshop in order to get some image of the mountain.

Blue Moon and Pusch Ridge

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Mar 27, 2012 00:14:04   #
Thanks, Pepper. I'm going to try my luck from the Sea of Cortez next month. The Milky Way is super there, right on the beach. If I have any results I'll attach them at this forum. Connie
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Mar 26, 2012 01:52:40   #
Thanks so much, Ray. This is exactly the information I was looking for. I see you have NPS Glacier under your name. Do you work for National Park Service? I work for Western National Park Assoc. here in Tucson, AZ. I don't think you're one of our western parks, but what a coincidence. Thanks for your response. Connie
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Mar 22, 2012 15:01:42   #
Hi. I have a digital slr and a tripod and would love to take some photos of the planets now in our southwest skies. Any suggestions on the settings?
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Mar 22, 2012 14:59:25   #
Hi hiker. I have a neat trick for hiking with your camera. I bought a strap at an audobon store which is made for binoculars. It works great for the camera. It straps around the shoulders and carries the camera (or binocs) close to the chest and doesn't swing or bounce around.
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