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You can use CHDK or Cannon Hack Development Kit. I am using it on my SX50. You can get clear instructions on my blog You can also check out my photos on Flickr


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For dim deep sky objects the answer is pretty much "none". For brighter objects such as planets the answer is, "It depends." How much an out of frame moon will affect astrophotography shots depends on a variety of factors: Altitude, the amount of water vapor and/or particulates in the atmosphere, the angle between the moon and the center optical axis of the ...


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I might also pitch the Rokinon 24mm f/1.4 lens. Due to its aperture it will not give you as much coverage of the night sky as the 14mm, but it is still a very wide angle lens and with a focal ratio of 1.4 it lets in slightly more than one stop more light than the 14mm which is a big help on a crop frame sensor as well as your full frame sensor. Crop frame ...


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They are indeed the same, as the other answers state. Either one is an excellent choice for night photography and landscapes in general. For example, the Israeli photographer Erez Marom travels the globe shooting night/landscape photos and the Samyang 14mm f/2.8 seems to be his "go to" lens for all things wide angle. He sells his work and some of the ...


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I captured this image using a Samyang 14mm lens on a Canon 5D II. The Samyang is a manual focus lens so just make sure you set the proper focus especially when you are working in the dark. I had only a short period during one night to capture this and I'm sure you will be able to capture wonderful images if you have 6 months using the same combo. ...



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