iPhone cameras, telescopes and photographs of a nebula over 1,300 lightyears-away

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NumOnePS3FanBoy3646d ago

so much bs. You'd be lucky to get a decent picture of the moon with these phones' cameras

g-nome3646d ago

..attached to a telescope.

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andrewer3646d ago

"Photograph of a nebula over 1,300 lightyears-away taken with just an iPhone camera" PLUS "an 8-inch telescope to capture images from the night sky. With a smartphone adapter, some eyepiece filters, and quick enhancements with easily obtainable software, high quality picture can be taken by even the most amateur photographer." Where the hell this is just an iPhone camera?

Porcelain_Chicken3646d ago


I'ma give you a bubble for beating me to the punch.

Cryptcuzz3646d ago

With all the software, attachments, filters and telscope needed, this can be done on almost any smart phone with a decent camera, not just the iPhone SMH LOL.

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