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This is a discussion on Maui at Night: The last of my '08 STI within the Member Show-Off & Photography forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; What camera/lens where you using? And how long of an aperture were you using to get the star trails???...

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    What camera/lens where you using? And how long of an aperture were you using to get the star trails???

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    OP-- very nice shots! I love star trails. I have never tried this, but I have heard if you do numerous short exposures, like 30-40 30 second shots instead of one long exposure, and use a freeware program to stack them all together, you get a much cleaner result with almost none of the noise that you get from one long exposure. I will have to try it sooner or later and let you know!
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    Can you post the second one at a higher res? its really nice.

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    props man these pics are awesome
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