These images display
a level of sharpness and correction in a flat image plane far
superior to any other refractor I have tried to image with, and
surpasses my Canon L lenses for correction of any color abberations.
Each exposure here is 1 to 3 minutes total with the 10d set for
These downsampled images
below fool the eye, in that during the size reduction process
to 400 pixels wide, nearly all the super sharp tiny stars were
lost. Click on the larger offering and you will be treated to
a feast of countless pinpoint stellar images across the entire
field. Be aware that your monitor may introduce abberations in
the corners by itself.
Next we gear up for
long exposure imaging and I'm certain it will be exciting!