I'd like to try some astrophotography (lunar / wider field shots) and was curious about extending the magnification of my Meade 6000 80mm APO (450mm). as you may guess by my rattling off all the specs, i have no idea what i'm doing :)
i've got a Nikon D600 that i'd like to use and i've got the t-ring and have shot a couple test photos somewhat successfully, so i think i've got most of the gear all set. and i know about image stacking from some other stuff i've done at work - we use Kolor and i played with Helicon a little, but any software recommendations would be appreciated.
And for stacking solar system stuff definitely use registax.
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