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30-08-12, 03:26 AM
Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: Queensland, Australia
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you'll just need proper equipment like high iso cameras and a decent lens with a f/2.8 aperture opening.
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Hi. Ebet is correct, an aperture of f2.8 is fine. Another advice would be to increase your camera's ISO to 1600 and shutter speed of about 20-30msec. Mount your camera on a tripod, use a wide-angle lens and focus manually. You will have to sacrifice the PQ with the high ISO and the slight trailing of the stars, but your photos will look fine. You might even see the Milky Way!
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