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This is from the Stone Age (1989), Taken with a Nikormat SLR on unhypered Kodak Ektachrome 200, with a fork mounted LX 5- 8 incher, the "dernier cri" in the late eighties. Single Shot 20 minutes, hand guided, processed in the typical around the corner Kodak shop. But look how well the differences in luminosity of individual stars and their differing color tinges turned out, I tried but could not repeat this subtelty with a one shot digital color camera!
One of my best globulars ever!

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