How to choose a DSLR camera and other questions asked

Posted by: admin  :  Category: Photographic Astronomy, Photography

I was asked this question on a comment and I tought it was important enough to make it into a article for the blog, so here is the answer:

If you like to shoot the stars Canon has responded in a big way, with a homerun in the photography field

Posted by: admin  :  Category: Photographic Astronomy

Being an exclusive Canon photographer, I am always pleased to see when Canon comes out with a special camera. If you do shoot the stars the Canon EOS 600a camera’s infrared filter permits three times the red hydrogen-alpha wavelengths emitted by celestial bodies to reach the image sensor  this will really help you in capturing you favorite celestial bodies as someone who does this type of work and as a trained student of the stars I can tell you this camera will yield some incredible images.

Canon EOS 600a

From Film to Digital Translating what I am doing Photographic Astronomy shots

Posted by: admin  :  Category: Photographic Astronomy

I ran into an issue lately in transferring my Astronomy photography using  film to digital. I kept getting just a white blue Image (looked like a sun image without filtering) when attached to the telescope, then I tried it with a new long lens, just to try to take a picture  of the moon, still goes the same thing so since I am a lifetime Canon photographer, I called Canon support , to  see if they had suggestions Meade who make my telescope they had not one clue of how to take the picture or what the issue was yet they sell the adapter fo the telescope, here is what I got from canon: