Astrophotography and the 600 Rule

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  2. great advice! i shoot a LOT of different themes BUT have never had ANY luck with night/meteor shoots! i will be trying this out soon and hoping to get some better results!! thanks for all the great info! happy holidays!! (yes, sleep is a good thing!!)

  3. You are an inspiration. I took my first sets of photo’s last night. Had some trouble with focus. But at least I was able to use them to practice the assembly. Cheers,.

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