Not bad for a 1 Minute exposure!

Started Jan 4, 2009 | Discussions thread
MirceaR
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Re: Nope ... not in my world ...
In reply to Ken Phillips, Jan 5, 2009

It worked for me for 2~3 minute shots. Once you get the hang of it all you need is patience.

And it worked for some 'older' guys back in the film days, and I'm not talking about correcting for the periodical error on a motorized mount.
Of course using a well aligned EQ mount is a must.

Ken Phillips wrote:

You still need a motorized equatorial mount. Holding and screwing a
pair of "slow motion" knobs ain't gonna do it.
KP
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