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Camera: D200

F-Stop: f/2.8 – f/3.2

ISO: 800-1600

Lens: 24mm

Stacking: None

Exposure Time: 30-95 seconds (No shutter release, >.<)

Approximate Location: 47.189116, -120.856942

Date: 5/23/2014

These are very amatuerish but I do feel there are few that are good. The Camelopardalids were making their debut and I wanted to go see them and in the process borrowed a D200 and tripod to learn trial by error. I have since upgraded to a D3200(and I purchased a shutter release) though I haven’t done any Astrophotography since. Additionally I’ve chosen the best of what I shot (12/28). Any suggestions to improve technique or clean these up would be appreciated.

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