Camera: Fuji X-T1
Exposure: 30 sec.
Focal Length: 56mm (84mm equivalent)
This image is a single 30 second exposure, made with the Fuji X-T1 of M31, Andromeda on a very quiet and dark morning at 3am. You can see a full resolution jpg of the image here, made effectively right out of the camera.
We forget what the sky looks like until we venture out to one of the increasingly rare places with little light pollution, but it is an important journey to make. Looking at just this image, much less sitting under a complete sky reveals literally hundreds of millions of stars which makes me feel very small just thinking of the scope.