Canon R full spectrum, Sigma 150-600 @ 300mm 60 sec f6.3 iso12800
using Star Adventurer 2i for tracking
50 images plus blacks and flats
Sequator used to stack
StarNet2 used to separate stars
Affinity Photo 2 used for processing
Cygnus is full of fun stuff to shoot. I had no idea how large the area surrounding the central star of Cygnus (Sadr or γ Cyg) was. The large are around Sadr is identified as the Sadr Region or the Butterfly Nebula, IC1318. This was shot at 300mm. At some point I am going to have to zoom in the Crescent Nebula, NGC6888 (far right center), for a closer shot of that. I would also like to figure out how to bring the reds out more. What fun.