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sloz1664

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  1. Hi Wojtek and a very warm welcome to the Lounge Steve
  2. Hi and a very warm welcome to the Lounge That is one hell of an awesome setup Steve
  3. Hi Jonathan and a very warm welcome to the Lounge Steve
  4. Hola NV and a very warm welcome to the Lounge Steve
  5. Then I started the exciting task of laying the rubber tiles. I took up the two small pieces of ply from around the pier to use as a template to cut the hole for the pier. Incredibly, I got this right first time, and the centre tile slipped over the pier without a problem. I've fitted all the tiles apart from the part-tiles around the edge. I'll try and finish these tomorrow. Don't forget to leave a gap around the edges. The tiles do tend to expand quite considerably during the warm weather. Steve
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    Help please!

    Hi and a very warm welcome to the Lounge Steve
  7. I like the Prusik Knot David I have an application that will suit this perfectly. Steve
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    Hello folks

    Hi Sean and a very warm welcome to the Lounge Steve
  9. I have built 3 of Robert Browns Auto Focuser units and cannot fault any of them. As noted they work with SGP and also MaximDL. I have also build another of Robert's projects MySQM A fully functional sky quality meter with added rain and cloud sensors. Steve
  10. Hi Carole, I like image 'A' better, more natural and nice subtle details. Cracking images though. Steve
  11. Hi Nikki and a very warm welcome to the Lounge Steve
  12. Fabulous image. It looks like the Esprit 100 is working very well for you. 300s on RGB is fine but I'd certainly step up the Ha to 1200s and grab as much fine detail as I can. Steve
  13. Hi Gina, I'm in the midst of building my Arduino SQM. Another Robert Brown project and another well designed and detailed project. MySQM Steve
  14. I use these cable management Sleeves Purchased from Amazon. Steve
  15. Did you just tighten the rack bolts or use some sort of thread lock to ensure they will not come loose again. Steve
  16. Don't forget to post the colour balanced image Steve
  17. The bluesh colour will most likely be light pollution. dependant on your processing software there are ways to get rid of it. Remember youtube is your tutorial friend Steve
  18. Really nice image and nice crisp detail. Agree with Oslet, check the RGB status in your processing software and the RGB level;s are there then adjust to suit. If there is no RGB shown check your stacking procedure. Steve
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    Hello

    Hi and a very warm welcome to the Lounge Steve
  20. Regarding aperture or f setting. Have a look at Blackwater Skies to see which would be better for your chosen targets. Steve
  21. Can you post a sample of your v-curve. Also what is your exposure times on your filters during the auto focus. Steve
  22. My biggest regrets are getting rid of my Tal2. And yes I wish I had the equipment I have today, to photographed both Halley & Hale-Bopp comets. Steve
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    Hi from Uli

    Hi Uli and a very warm welcome to the Lounge Steve
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    Hi from Croatia

    Hi Domagoj and a very warm welcome to the Lounge Steve
  25. I must admit that Windows RD is much better than Teamviewer, as now and again it would end it's session abruptly and needed to be restarted. Which ended many a session prematurely. Steve
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