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11-02-2019, 11:23 PM - 1 Like   #6271
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I believe these guys are quite well known. Q7 with 06
Are they really famous? Gotta say they've got some set of stones for rocking out at their age. I'm not sure who those foos are in your following post, either.

Heh heh, joking aside, these are some excellent pics you've captured.

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So cute! Very nice photo of Scooby and Douglas!
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I thought I'd have a go at winding my Q7 up to ISO6400 too. 06 zoom wide open. Focus is more of an issue than noise, I'd say.

Michael Bowes of The Vapors, in full flow.

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Red Moon. Q-S1 and 06 zoom.


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11-11-2019, 12:06 AM - 2 Likes   #6277
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Camouflage porcupine by k kwb, on Flickr

Shot with Q7 and Q 06. Porcupines are mostly nocturnal but somehow this guy was on a tree chewing bark after the sun was up high. This year we're seeing more than usual porcupine activities during day time.
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Camouflage porcupine by k kwb, on Flickr

Shot with Q7 and Q 06. Porcupines are mostly nocturnal but somehow this guy was on a tree chewing bark after the sun was up high. This year we're seeing more than usual porcupine activities during day time.
Well done (by you both)!

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Camouflage porcupine by k kwb, on Flickr

Shot with Q7 and Q 06. Porcupines are mostly nocturnal but somehow this guy was on a tree chewing bark after the sun was up high. This year we're seeing more than usual porcupine activities during day time.
Cool capture! Doubt I would have even seen him. He is very well camouflaged.
Thanks for sharing,
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Q7 and Explore Scientific ED80, a telescope with a focal length of 480mm and an aperture of 80mm. ISO200, 1/160s, no stack, cropped.

Moon, 2019/10/06 by k kwb, on Flickr

BTW thanks for your comments Deesquared and barondla! When we had really heavy snowfall last winter, I tracked the footprints of porcupines to find out where they nest and which tree they visit most often, so this year it's easier for me to spot them.

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Q7 and Explore Scientific ED80, a telescope with a focal length of 480mm and an aperture of 80mm. ISO200, 1/160s, no stack, cropped.

Moon, 2019/10/06 by k kwb, on Flickr

BTW thanks for your comments Deesquared and barondla! When we had really heavy snowfall last winter, I tracked the footprints of porcupines to find out where they nest and which tree they visit most often, so this year it's easier for me to spot them.
Awesome moon capture! Very sharp and properly exposed. Well done.

Tracking in the snow is major dedication. Your hard work is paying off. Well done.
Thanks for sharing,
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QuoteOriginally posted by kwb Quote
Q7 and Explore Scientific ED80, a telescope with a focal length of 480mm and an aperture of 80mm. ISO200, 1/160s, no stack, cropped.

Moon, 2019/10/06 by k kwb, on Flickr
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Awesome for non-stacked shot! It is so much better compared do my cheap newtonian scope!
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QuoteOriginally posted by barondla Quote
Awesome moon capture! Very sharp and properly exposed. Well done.

Tracking in the snow is major dedication. Your hard work is paying off. Well done.
Thanks for sharing,
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Awesome for non-stacked shot! It is so much better compared do my cheap newtonian scope!
Thanks Piotrek K, when I saw one of your moon shots (Let's share shots with Q! - Page 406 - PentaxForums.com) I thought that it was probably better than any of my telescopesine as far as the sharpness is concerned, though it's hard to tell from small pictures. Is it a cheap one or an expensive one? Either way it's awesome.
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Dark fall clouds and bright late afternoon sun, Homer City, Pennsylvania. Q7 ISO 250, 02 Standard zoom. Upsampled to 600 ppi then cropped and saved as a 300ppi 16x8 inch file.
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