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Astronomy is one interesting field of science. Through the rigors of this discipline, we are able to capture even the vague objects in the galaxy.

The telescope is a device that aids the naked eye to take a good view of distant objects. Because of this, astrophotography has become very popular. Ordinary camera’s lenses may not be able to make astrophotography possible. Yet, the onset of cameras as telescope adapters has changed this notion.

Neophyte astrophotographers prefer the traditional 35mm camera. From the day when astrophotography was preconceived, film cameras did a good job capturing optical images in the atmosphere. Moreover, the digital camera’s rise to fame also paved the way to a much higher resolution than ever before.

Film cameras are now indeed a part of the telescope world. There are three popular ways in which the camera can be attached to the telescope for a much better output. One is though the piggyback mount. This device attaches the film camera into the telescope tube via a bracket that is locked to the back unit of the scope or a ring that clamps around the telescope pipe. The camera is not dependent on the telescope. It shoots using its own lens and the enlargement obtained depends upon its type. With the piggyback mount, the telescope purposely serves in guiding the photo shoot’s accuracy and as a tracking mount.

The second is prime focus that takes galactic photographs using no eyepiece. Instead, it uses a tube the “T" adapter. The film camera is attached onto the telescope’s “prime focus. " This method proves effective in capturing dim but big objects in the sky like Orion Nebula.

The focal coupling method proves best when used with digital cameras where both the eyepiece and the camera lens are set to action. This approach is most preferred by those who love to use their digital cameras. In those instances, the eyepiece icon is coupled via the camera lenses instead of laid onto the film plane.

Throughout time, cameras in telescopes have been a great aid in several research studies attempting to provide explanation to the what’s and how’s of the universe. They will undoubtedly continue to pull up fame and resolution for astronomy.

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