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Old 09-07-2020, 09:49 AM
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As it's cloudy thought I would try the eos Ra on some other stuff apart from astro, not that I have done any astro with it
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Very nice. Must have been cold.
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Very nice. Must have been cold.
was a tad fresh
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Keool & smooth views for the coldest part of the day - sending shivers down one's spine ...
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Dave what did you have the White Balance set at.I generally use cloudy in the morning and afternoons.AWB for general daytime and I set it to 4100K for nightscapes.But I am still experimenting.I have become very attached to the touch screen compared to my other Canons it is quick and easy to use.
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Dave what did you have the White Balance set at.I generally use cloudy in the morning and afternoons.AWB for general daytime and I set it to 4100K for nightscapes.But I am still experimenting.I have become very attached to the touch screen compared to my other Canons it is quick and easy to use.
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I set the hdr to on and as far as I know it was set to daylight. I will have another look later. The camera is a EOS Ra, the new astro Camera

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Dave thatís what Iíve been using of late .So all those pics I,ve posted lately have all been with the Ra.I will be interested to see how yours goes on the RASA.
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