36ED & Comet PANSTARRS

This is one of examples how 1.25″ helocal focuser(#7315) is set with 36ED.

36ED7315_DSC01178s7315 is 1.25″ focuser. You will see how compact it is.

Comet PANSTARSS is still alive!!  Following were taken by Sosuke Yamauchi.

1280-IMG_1206-08hi2013/05/31 22:43, 300″×3 F4 ISO:1600 Carl Zeiss T* Planar 50mm F1.4 Canon EOS Kiss X3

1280-IMG_2071-75暗ct2013/05/31 22:15 180″×5(registered with comet) ISO:3200, 60ED F4.9 Canon EOS Kiss X5

It’s unfortunate I miss the chance to take in this new moon period since I will be out of town from today. I will have several business meeting in Japan to discuss future new business arrangements. So no blog update for a while.

 

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~ by tedishikawa on June 4, 2013.

One Response to “36ED & Comet PANSTARRS”

  1. We took quite a few pics when it was ‘alive’ and well.
    http://ashcroftobservatory.com/pictures-2/comet-panstarrs/
    But I had no idea it was still this good looking. That is one nifty telephoto lens! Love it.

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