Long exposure settings for Star Trackers using intervalometer

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Balint Kordovaner New Member • Posts: 1
Long exposure settings for Star Trackers using intervalometer

Hello all!

I am looking for somebody who might be able to help me out in this one...
I cannot figure out what are the best settings to use an intervalometer + DSLR + startracker for continuous long exposure shooting while using features which are eliminating all the vibrations.

I will give you an example:

I would like to use my Nikon D500 + Sky Watcher Star Adventurer Pro + Rollei intervalometer for several 1-2 minute exposure using Mirror Up mode + Electronic Front Curtain Shutter and a 1 second Exposure Delay Mode to make sure my shots are as sharp as they can be. Also I would like to avoid using Live View due to energy consumption.
For some reason this combination is not working.

Any advice or idea is appreciated.



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Nikon D500 Sigma 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM Art Nikkor AF-S 300mm f/4E PF ED VR
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