Wide Fields

Different picture types are added to the class of Wide fields a. It is depending very much on your point of view. At this phase of my work I put all pictures with a focal length of 200mm and below in the wide field drawer. But this may change one day. I still hope to get the opportunity to shoot some 80mm views with a full size chip. Maybe this will shift my definition of wide fields …

Object: Auriga, 27.11.2016, Borgfeld
Scope: Canon EF-L f/2.8 at f/4.0
Camera: Canon EOS5Da MkII, CLS-Clip, 33×5 min at ISO 800
Mount: GP-D2 with OnStep control.
Guiding: MGEN at Kowa 100mm f/2.8 Lens
Processing: APT , PI, PS; flats, bias
Description: see picture page.

Object: Corona Australis, 29.+30.06.2016, Teneriffa
Scope: Canon EF-L f/2.8 at f/4.0
Camera: Canon EOS5Da MkII, 64×5 min at ISO 800
Mount: Star Adventurer with guiding.
Guiding: MGEN at Kowa 100mm f/2.8 Lens
Processing: APT , PI, PS; flats, bias
Description: see picture page.

Object: Galaxies around M81 and M82, 07.05.2016, Borgfeld
Scope: Canon EF-L f/2.8 at f/4.0
Camera: Canon EOS5Da MkII, CLS-Clip, 44×4 min at ISO 800
Mount: GP-D2 with OnStep control.
Guiding: MGEN at Kowa 100mm f/2.8 Lens
Processing: APT , PI, PS;
flats, bias
Description: The M81 Group is a galaxy group in the Ursa Major and Camelopardalis that includes the M81/M82, as well as several other galaxies. The approximate center of the group is at a distance of 3.6 Mpc.

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Photos of our vicinity taken with 200mm focal length or less.

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