AZ652 astro photography

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AL-gorge
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AZ652 astro photography

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I have taken some really nice zoom photos of the moon. But I cannot get good photos of stars, meteors or the Milky Way -- the stars are more like fuzzy dots instead of sharp points of light. I'm using manual settings, lens at default minimum length (not zoomed), focused to infinity, on a tripod with timer delay after pressing the shutter, F/2.9, ISO1600 or 3200. Why can't the camera get stars in focus?

I got some really good photos of stars and meteor showers with the Kodak EasyShare Z990, using manual settings and focused to infinity. It's puzzling to me that I can't do the same thing with the AZ652.

Any tips you can provide for specific manual settings would be appreciated.
AL-gorge
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P.S. firmware version on camera is 1.04. Does 1.05 update fix the infinity focus?
AL-gorge
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FYI general tip:
Set your lens to manual focus mode and focus on a bright star manually. The live view feature on many cameras can help magnify into the scene or you can set your lens to approximately the infinity marker. Once done, leave it there.

Problem: the screen on the camera is so small that focus may look likes it's good, but when viewing the images on a computer screen, the stars are still fuzzy dots. The manual focus options for distance go up to 30K and then there's a jump to Infinity. Maybe the camera has to be zoomed in quite a ways, which will require adjusting other settings (exposure time, etc.), but I have not found the "sweet spot" for getting stars in crystal clear focus, even after hundreds of photos.
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Put your lens in manual focus and manually focus on a bright star. You can zoom into the scene using the live view function on many cameras, or you can set your lens to roughly the infinity marker. When finished, leave it alone.

The focus may appear to be good on the camera's little screen, but when the photographs are viewed on a computer screen, the stars are still fuzzy dots.
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