February 2014: Deep-sky images with a modified Canon D600 camera
In February there were some clear nights here in Munich, so I could try a modified Canon D600 camera
(IR block filter completely removed). All images have been taken with an unguided C11, exposure times
30-40 seconds at ISO 6400, stacked and processed with Fitswork and Photoshop.
The spiral galaxy M51 in Canes Venatici. 200 exposures á 30 seconds.
same data as above, but processed to remove the "burnt-out" nucleus
The Owl nebula M97 in Ursa Major. North to the left.
The edge-on galaxy NGC4565 in Coma Berenices.
Globular cluster M13.
Orion nebula M42 with a 500mm f/8 telephoto lens