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Looking at the photos in the Galaxy Gallery, we notice that many take extraordinary photos and we sometimes wonder how they did it and how we could do the same when our device is not as recent as theirs or is not . not offer the same options. This idea came to me after seeing in the Gallery a very detailed photo of the moon better than the 100X zoom currently could. At the time, I was intrigued. So I asked Eikaze how he did it and he said he just took a picture using his smartphone and a telescope.
I found the idea just great and tried it and that's why I share it ... I hardly dare imagine what it will be like when I have my S21 ultra with its 10 optical lens. X, 50 X magnification + my binoculars ... it's going to be hell !!!
So I invite all those who have tips to share to put them in this post to help those with less efficient cameras and help them take the same photos as you. They might just need a little practice to be as good as you!
Here is the list of my subjects :
(More to come)
As an example, I wondered how I could take a zoomed 30, 50 or 100X photo when I have not finished collecting enough money to pay myself an S21 Ultra or an S 22 * which according to some believe that Samsung will put the efforts on a camera system even more powerful than the S 21 ultra to leave the competition far behind. My Note10 + is limited to 2X optical zoom and 10X digital zoom
Photo 1 without Zoom ... Look for the BLUE box
10X digital zoom photo 1
Zoom with 2X optical lens and 10 X 50 binoculars photo 1
Here, same thing, photo 2 without zoom lens by default
Photo 2 2X lens
Photo 2 2X lens and 10 X 50 binoculars
Here you have a picture of the moon taken on an S20 + and a Celestron 8SE telescope ... Notice the details of the moon ...
original photo taken by Eikaze
Hope you liked this tip and will use it from time to time !!!
Hi @Aronovic ,
can you show us your results ? Which device did you use ? Do you try to use a tripod to take your picture with ISO 50 and the time that is suggest by the device ?
This is a picture took with a Sigma 150-600mm Contemporary at 600mm on Canon EOS 90D ISO 100 1/250 on a tripod.
I cropped the picture to get a better magnification like i explained in my article.
Real size here ...Click on picture to see it :