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Drizzle comes to Pixinsight
« on: 09:22:38, 04 June, 2014 »
The latest addition to Pixinsight processing is Drizzle Integration. At present its a bit long winded to use but the results are very good.

My widefield imaging setup has an image scale of 2.54"/pxl which is only a little undersampled but does tend to lead to blocky stars, most particularly in Ha. On widefield nebulae this is not so much of a problem but on dense star fields and clusters, is more of an issue.

Below is the same Ha data with a traditional stack and a drizzle stack which hopefully shows the benefit. Note that drizzling relies on dithered images and lots of them (at least 15 but preferably more than 20) and its does lead to much bigger image files needing some serious horsepower to process out. It also leads to more noise.

LX200|ZS70|FSQ85|FLT110|Altair DF250RC|EQ6 Pro(Rowan Belt Mod)|ParamountMX
ATIK383L+/EFW2/OAG|Lodestar|Baader 36mm LRGBHaSIIOIII
Starlight Express SXVRH16/ONAG/FW|Lodestar X2|Baader 2" Filters
Starlight Express SXVRH814/ONAG/FW|LodestarX2|Baader 2" Filters
Lunt LS60PTBF1200|DMK41|Quark Chromo
Samyang 135mm f1.8


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