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Prisma Luce Lab Offers DSLR Cameras with Built-In Cooling Systems for Night Sky Photography

Gear During long exposures, heat is the enemy and these cooled DSLRs have the solution An Italian company builds custom DSLRs with built-in cooling systems for night sky photography.
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