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burchan Silver Member  Sydney, AU  Nikonian since 22nd Feb 2012 Thu 24-Jan-13 10:23 PM
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"Jupiter with 300 f/4"
Thu 24-Jan-13 10:54 PM by burchan


Just took delivery of my new 300mm f/4 lens and was testing sharpness and focus at night. Did not expect much from taking photo of the planet but focus was instant and resulting image was a surprise.
Nikon D7000 300mm F/4 with 1,4x converter on tripod. AF-s Single, F/8, 1/150s Manual mode, Matrix metering, ISO 100. Original image was just small a small dot and was zoomed in and cropped.

Also took image of the moon.





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Reply message RE: Jupiter with 300 f/4 nrothschild Neil is an expert in several areas, including camera support
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Reply message RE: Jupiter with 300 f/4 burchan Silver Member
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     Reply message RE: Jupiter with 300 f/4 nrothschild Neil is an expert in several areas, including camera support
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          Reply message RE: Jupiter with 300 f/4 burchan Silver Member
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                    Reply message RE: Jupiter with 300 f/4 lastdaylight Gold Member Laureate Ribbon awarded for winning in the Best of Nikonians 2013 images Photo Contest
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nrothschild Neil is an expert in several areas, including camera support   US  Registered since 25th Jul 2004 Thu 24-Jan-13 11:48 PM
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Nice job, especially with Jupiter!

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burchan Silver Member  Sydney, AU  Nikonian since 22nd Feb 2012 Fri 25-Jan-13 06:28 AM
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Another image of Jupiter with its moons at f/5.6 ISO1000 and 1 second exposure.


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nrothschild Neil is an expert in several areas, including camera support   US  Registered since 25th Jul 2004 Fri 25-Jan-13 05:32 PM
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I was wondering of you shot the long exposure too

I good bit of coma there. More than I would have thought (I own the lens but not sure if I've done this with that lens).

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burchan Silver Member  Sydney, AU  Nikonian since 22nd Feb 2012 Fri 25-Jan-13 08:51 PM
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Jupiter is at the moment in the ideal position for photography. I tried again last night but it was not as good. Could be humidity in the air. Strange my first shot ever was the best and I was not able to repeat it and it was taken only in jpg.

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burchan Silver Member  Sydney, AU  Nikonian since 22nd Feb 2012 Fri 01-Feb-13 09:07 PM
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I am having lot of fun with my new lens. This is combined image over several days with changing moons position. Not until all the moons were on one side that I was able to name them. Io is photographing orange to brown when not overexposed. Callisto is the least bright. Note Io is just visible going around Jupiter Moon shot was used as size comparison. I know it is not much for Astrophotography blog but it has been fun.





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lastdaylight Gold Member Laureate Ribbon awarded for winning in the Best of Nikonians 2013 images Photo Contest   Dallas, US  Nikonian since 09th Dec 2007 Sun 03-Feb-13 04:55 AM
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I'd say excellent results with a 300mm lens! Nice work.

Mark Smith
Just like I previsualized it, more or less...

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