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Offline clive

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the broom 6960 a bit faint
« on: 16:46:31, 01 September, 2017 »
nice  and clear last night i did 70 minutes data 5 minute subs iso1250  moon was to bright washed my contrast  i thould i put on my ha 12 na filter  but it was my normal filter lumicon deep sky filter so not much to look at in this image   but it was nice to be out had trouble with mky intervalomiter so had to take subs manualy  might n give it another go with my 12 ha filter

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Re: the broom 6960 a bit faint
« Reply #1 on: 20:06:23, 01 September, 2017 »
Am hoping to try this one tonight Clive.  Still using a DSLR but have moved from intervalometer to Backyard EOS and finding it a great deal better.

All the best from mid-Wales!
Annie
Pulsar Observatory; NEQ6/EQ6 wedge; HEQ5 Pro; TS Star 71 Astrograph; Takahashi FSQ 106ed; Skymax 150 Pro; Nikon D600; Canon 550D modified; Canon 5D Mk11; ZWO ASI120 MM-S; Lacerta MGEN stand alone guider.

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Re: the broom 6960 a bit faint
« Reply #2 on: 20:22:09, 01 September, 2017 »
Ok good annie  look forward to your image ive got apt on my lappy ill be giveing it a go soon  mite go down my obsy later if i do another targit ive got a ha 12 nm filter for my dslr  it cuts through the moon lot of clouds comeing through now thor

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Re: the broom 6960 a bit faint
« Reply #3 on: 20:22:24, 01 September, 2017 »
Ok good annie  look forward to your image ive got apt on my lappy ill be giveing it a go soon  mite go down my obsy later if i do another targit ive got a ha 12 nm filter for my dslr  it cuts through the moon lot of clouds comeing through now thor

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Re: the broom 6960 a bit faint
« Reply #4 on: 17:21:54, 08 September, 2017 »
Annie, you are probably already aware of this but I used backyard Nikon for a year without realising you can focus using the live View feature. I was using live View on the camera back and it was a pain, using BYN was so much easier. No doubt you already know about it but thought It worth mention it.

I really miss live View on my CCD.

Jon
HEQ5 Pro (Belt Mod), Sky Watcher Esprit Pro 80/400, SX Mini Filter Wheel with OAG - Lodestar X2, SX814, Software - SGPro, PHD2, Stellarium (Scope), EQMOD, DSS, Star Tools.

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Re: the broom 6960 a bit faint
« Reply #5 on: 18:09:55, 08 September, 2017 »
No I didn't realise but I do now!

Cheers
Annie
Pulsar Observatory; NEQ6/EQ6 wedge; HEQ5 Pro; TS Star 71 Astrograph; Takahashi FSQ 106ed; Skymax 150 Pro; Nikon D600; Canon 550D modified; Canon 5D Mk11; ZWO ASI120 MM-S; Lacerta MGEN stand alone guider.

 

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