I was out again looking at Comet 17/P Holmes again on the 1st November. Less haze so I could attempt to photograph the comet while its altitude was less than on the previous days attempts. Much easier on the back. Here is the result:
The image was taken with shutter speed of 10 seconds, focal length of 200mm and aperture of F/5.
Star trails are much more pronounced in this image because conditions were better for taking the image.
I am fairly pleased with the result. Remember anyone with a camera that can take an exposure of a few seconds and a tripod it can be mounted on can do just as well as this. I am interested in astronomy but as far as photographing astronomical objects is concerned I am a rank amateur. If you are not interested in photographing comets; at least try to get a look at it through ordinary binoculars.