This is changing the way I think about imaging going forward. I've mostly been taking single exposures and getting the most I can out of them. This was mostly due to the time involved in taking many long exposures over the course of an evening. I like shooting multiple targets in the course of an evening. I can now image the same target multiple times and still be able to get other targets as well. Of course this now means I need to step up my game regarding calibration frames. It will be worth every minute, I hope!
I am welcome to any suggestions on how to get the most out of the Hyperstar. I will be imaging with either the 70D or my modified T3i. I don't have any plans to start doing monochrome imaging with a filter wheel, however. Just not something I'm interested in right now. So any advice on DSLR shooting with the Hyperstar will be most appreciated.
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