and Jupiter’s moons
I get a newsletter from Astro Info every day and saw a photo someone had taken of Jupiter's moons with a normal camera.
So I thought, right, let’s have a go at that.
They’re all taken with the longest telephoto lens I’ve got: 250mm. The second one of the moon is an HDR generated from 3 photos.
For the one of Jupiter's moons I set the ISO up to 6400, which is as high as this camera goes. This is the best one of 5 taken at different exposures.