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Offline clive

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Flat fields
« on: 20:47:57, 12 October, 2018 »
Hi all i was wandering can i take my flats just befour i take my lights subs
Ill be useing moravian ccd camera  thanks
Clive

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Re: Flat fields
« Reply #1 on: 22:29:14, 12 October, 2018 »
No problem provided you don't change the configuration between taking the flats and taking the subs.  That includes having the camera at roughly the same temperature.  Not all that critical for flats, but sensible nevertheless.

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Peter.
Telescopes: GSO RC10 Truss, Meade S5000 127, TMB 105, TS65 Quad, Solarscope SV50
Binoculars: Canon 15x50 IS
Camera lenses: Canon 400L f5.6, Canon 70-200L f4 zoom, various old M42 thread
Cameras: QSI 683wsg, SX AO, LodestarX2, Artemis285, Canon 350D (modded), Canon 700D, GPCAM2 (colour), GPCAM2 (mono), LE Vesta Pro, Toucam.
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Re: Flat fields
« Reply #2 on: 00:10:43, 13 October, 2018 »
ok thank you petevasey

 

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