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HA SOL_1006051-4-17. mono madness

450 frames staxed with AS2 adjusted in photoshop and topaz- clarity, detail, denoise, glow. 


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thanks shane, I'm still very hit or miss with the processing, but I think I'm moving forward, everything ive learned ive learned off all you guys on here. I really wish id started imaging earlier in my life. thanks for your kind words it means the world to me.. charl.

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thanks Brantuk, your so kind mate, its the quark that dos the biggist part of the work, what a wonderfull piece of kit it is, its so easy to use. thanks again , charl.

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You're welcome!

Last time I saw the sun in that amount of detail it was through a double stacked TV scope with TV binoviewers and Ethos 13mm eyepieces - about twenty grands worth of gear. So the Quark's doing a great job. :)

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agreed mate, the view through the eyepeice is mindblowing even with ed80, I'm so glad I was able to get one, there deff value for money.  charl.

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thanks Tim, the quark is the star mate, I couldn't belive my eyes the firsttime I used it. clear skys, charl. 

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