NGC 2808

45 minutes exposure, Fuji Superia 400 film.
5" f/5 refractor, prime focus.

NGC 2808 is a bright and well condensed globular cluster in Carina, that seems to be largely unknown and ignored. It deserves to be much better known and probably would be if it were accessible to northern hemisphere observers. A good object in any telescope, the cluster is visible in the finder. Good resolution is obtained in an 8" telescope.

45 minutes exposure, Kodak Ektachrome 200 slide film.
5" f/5 refractor, prime focus.

45 minutes exposure, Fuji Super HG II 400 film.
5" f/5 refractor plus 2x barlow lens.