Here are a couple of wide field images that I took with the camera. I used varying iso settings, up to iso 3200. The shutter speed maxes out at 30 seconds, but it is enough to capture dimly the milky way in Cygnus. Have a look at a few images I've taken. Vega is the brightest star and is in most of my images. The images without Vega are looking up at zenith, and Herculese dominated the zenith at the time these were taken, approx 11:00 local time.
Also, I did not have my barn door tracker with me. The camera was sitting on the ground when these pictures were taken. The photos of Lyra and Cignus were taken with the camera resting on a cigarette pack, tilted easterly.
|The constellations. Look close on expanded image for the faint haze of the Milky Way going thru Cygnus|
|Caught another meteor, above and to the right of Vega|
|The view at zenith|
|8 second exposure of Lyra|
|Zoom on Lyra|
|Zoomed in - Vega|
|Zoom in on Vega and Lyra|