- Thin Galaxies (Cam) -

Here I will present some quite thin galaxies with an axis ratio of at least 1:5. Nevertheless this value is calculated from the given angular size, so the visual impression can differ.

And (5) Cnc (6) Del (1) Hya (1) Lyn (4) Tri (2)
Ari (1) Com (4) Dra (9) Lac (2) Peg (6) UMa (7)
Boo (1) CVn (5) Gem (1) Leo (5) Psc (2) Vir (4)
Cam (3) Cyg (1) Her (1) LMi (1) Sex (1)

NGC1560 (GLX)

Image source: DSS II (blue) - 10×10'
Name: NGC1560, IC2062, UGC3060
Type: GLX
Constellation: Cam
Coordinates: 04h32m49.09s / +71°52'59.20"
Brightness / Size: 11m4 / 9.8x1.5'
8" f/6, 37x, Bortle 4, SQM-L 21.0
At 37x quite faint, less evident, very elongated, nearly evenly bright. At 80x a foreground star was visible south of the center. The galaxy was getting broader toward the middle.

NGC2591 (GLX)

Image source: DSS II (blue) - 5×5'
Name: NGC2591, UGC4472
Type: GLX
Constellation: Cam
Coordinates: 08h37m25.53s / +78°01'35.17"
Brightness / Size: 12m2 / 3.0x0.6'
8" f/6, 133x, Bortle 4
Glimpsed with averted vision as very thin, very elongated brightening.

UGC3697 (GLX)

Image source: DSS II (blue) - 5×5'
Name: UGC3697, Integral Sign Galaxy
Type: GLX
Constellation: Cam
Coordinates: 07h11m22.54s / +71°50'10.94"
Brightness / Size: 12m4 / 3.5x0.3'
120mm f/5, 85x, Bortle 4, SQM-L 21.0

8" f/6, 150x, Bortle 6+, NELM 5.2, SQM-L 19.6
Rather faint and anything but evident, but still well visible. High surface brightness, very elongated, thin.

8" f/6, 171x, Bortle 4
This observation was some years ago. Fairly easily seen. Extremely thin, very faint, very elongated, evenly bright. A wisp of galaxy. The curves may be visible with significantly larger aperture.