I've been trying to find a good monitor for a decent price since July..
I knew it was bad, but didn't think it makes that much of a difference?
It makes a huge difference. You can make your monitor better by calibrating it using a Spyder calibration device, but you're at the limits of a TN-based display. If you don't want to buy one of those, use some online calibration charts and at least get your brightness and contrast set correctly.You'd be surprised how big a difference things look from monitor to monitor.
I call you out on that. If you look at the star trails, the ones in the center are for the most part consistent in their location, while the trails get longer as you get further away from the center. This is what happens when you take a long exposure of the sky, no way could this happen with just 1-2 seconds hand held.It was hand held. Set to an iso setting, cant remember which one.
I know that. Geoff, get over it. I took a photo and posted it.
His point is that photo was not taken HAND held as you claim. In order to get a holdable shutter speed you would need probably around 8000ISO or above, and especially on a phone if it even has that high of a setting would be unbearable.