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=== Tier 2: Barndoor/Lightweight trackers. === ----What a typical Advanced Widefield setup looks like: '''The Skytracker.''' This involves putting your DSLR onto a device that can follow the motion of the stars, although not for too long. Usage of a device like this will cause your landscape to appear blurry, but keep your stars relatively intact. Keep in mind, this can look radically different depending on what brand you get, or whether you build it yourself. A common and simple form of home-made tracker is known as a Barndoor tracker. Their functionality remains essentially the same. The one pictured is an iOptron Skytracker though other options with similar functionality include the Skywatcher Star Adventurer and the Vixen Polarie among others. Check this out this page that talks about [[Tracking|Star Trackers]]. [http://nikonrumors.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/pp_intro_1992.jpeg Example 3] ----
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