Category: Astrophotography

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Astrophotography

What are the best astrophotography settings for your camera?

If you’re getting into astrophotography, it can be a little confusing. Even if you’re an accomplished photographer, there’s a difference between photographing a wedding and photographing space. As all photographers know, having the right settings on your camera is imperative to how clear and focussed your resulting picture is going to be. So if you’re

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Astrophotography

Nikon D3400 vs D5300 (D3500, D5500) [Upd 2020]

When you’re considering entry level cameras, you’re generally going to be looking at two brands; Canon and Nikon. And whilst the Canon EOS Series is proving as popular as ever, Nikon’s D Series is still the one to beat. Two of their most popular cameras from recent years are the D3400 and the D5300, and

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Astrophotography

Best DSLR for Astrophotography [Updated 2020]

If you’re just getting into astrophotography, then the chances are that you should get yourself a good DSLR. Sure, if you’re a total beginner you can get started with your phone, and if you’re an expert you might want to use a CCD. But, there’s a big gap in the middle there for amateur astronomers,

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Astrophotography

APS-C vs Full Frame | What’s the Difference?

Cameras can be confusing. Especially when you’re first starting out, knowing the difference between the terminologies that people use can be utterly mind boggling. Two of the most common terminologies that you’re going to hear are ‘APS-C’ and ‘full frame’, though unless you’re an experienced photographer, it can be difficult to know what these terms

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Astrophotography

Astrophotography Lens Guide – What to Look For

It doesn’t matter whether you’re a beginner or an experienced astrophotographer – the right lens will make or break your photo. Okay, maybe that’s a little bit dramatic, but getting the perfect lens for your camera is something that all serious photographers should be ultimately searching. Many people assume that you need an expensive lens,

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