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Nightlapse of the Milky Way with the Osmo Action

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Just added another one from duck til dawn. I think I need to turn the shutter down to 20" and ISO down.
 

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I don't know anything about the Osmo but when shooting the night sky with DSLR's, I set the white balance to Tungsten or approximately tungsten on the color temperature scale . Helps the sky look black and dark blue. The red and yellow sky is when the white balance is set to daylight or sometimes auto.
 

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I don't know anything about the Osmo but when shooting the night sky with DSLR's, I set the white balance to Tungsten or approximately tungsten on the color temperature scale . Helps the sky look black and dark blue. The red and yellow sky is when the white balance is set to daylight or sometimes auto.
Yes, I think I need to change the Kelvin. It was on Auto. Thanks for that!
 

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Nice stuff. Make sure you join the community at OsmoPilots.com and post there!
 

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Looks Great! Is 5 hours the limit we can shoot?
 
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