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=== $250 - Basic Widefield === ----This is about as low as you can go on the widefield scale - a simple tripod and a DSLR with the 18-55 kit lens. If you're lucky and live outside of light polluted areas you will be able to capture the milky way. Chances are if you're interested in this type of photography you'll own a DSLR anyway. You can do star trails too with just a tripod and DSLR. * Camera: Canon/Nikon DSLR: Approximately $200-400 on Ebay or Craigslist. Find one with a lens included. * Tripod: Anything will work, the sturdier the better: $50 Potential results: [http://i.imgur.com/NONqR4c.jpg M31] ([http://www.reddit.com/r/astrophotography/comments/25dzj0/andromeda_with_just_a_dslr_and_simple_tripod/ Credit]) [http://i.imgur.com/6P8bKrT.jpg Milky Way] ([http://www.reddit.com/r/astrophotography/comments/2f9s9j/reprocessed_my_milky_shot_taken_from_a_redwhite/ Credit]) [https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48428242026_b3f508b960_o.png Milky Way] ([https://www.reddit.com/r/astrophotography/comments/cknhws/the_milky_way_core_from_the_harmony_of_the_seas/evoxy4l/ Credit]) ----
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