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Anonymous 07/12/14(Sat)12:32 UTC+1 No.2361608 Report

Does anyone know what the untracked astrophoto time would be for photographing areas of the Milky Way at night with an EF 135mm f/2.0L USM lens would be?

I'm thinking it's probably going to be around 7 seconds or something.

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Ayya 07/12/14(Sat)12:47 UTC+1 No.2361616 Report

Are you asking what's a reasonable time to get a proper exposure?
That's dependent on ISO.

Are you asking how long your shots can be before they streak noticeably?
Try this: http://starcircleacademy.com/2012/06/600-rule/

You better be stitching those shots and making a wall-sized print of the milky way
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