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Hungovergraham

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  1. Hi all having probs with loading atik 420ex on win 8 after 2 hours got my qhy5 to run but can't get atik to do anything any ideas on how to over come pro
  2. Taken with 200p and 450 canon 1min subs only about ten shots with no flats having probs with them.and 2nd one is with ed80 and canon again 1min shots ten subs
  3. Looking at the cams specs the qhy9 seems really good value for money ok yes it has abit more noise but darks etc would sort that out.cooling on it seems good 1770 quid with Lrgb 2" + elec wheel
  4. 314L is good but it's abit old now there's new Modles out now that will out perform the 314 at the same cost.spoken to Bernard at modern astronomy I'm now looking at Qhy 9 or sxv-h9 starlight exspress I think the sxv will be the one il go for been told it a very good cam quite a good wide veiw low noise Cooling is good as well
  5. I'm looking at the atik 383L bundle.filter wheel and Lrgb filters ? The reveiw rates this as a good cam.if anyone using this cam please let me know how they find the performance of it
  6. Hi all,ok I've been reading up on taking narrow band with dslr if I'm right in reading it correct it seems that I'm only using 1 of 4 pixels when using narrow band clip filters ha = 1 in 4 sII 1 in 4 oIII 2 in 4.my first thoughts is would monochrome setting or b/w be any better for clipfilters as it seems like they use 2 in 4 pixels I think. has any one tried it or dose this simply dosent work.any advice would be good I'm thinking of selling my 450d and the 3 filters and making the move to a ccd cam my bugget would be approx 1600 quid if I made the move over to ccd cam.so what's a good cam for
  7. That looks really nice take a look at astrodon tutorial he shows you how to make a clipping mask for each colour so you can change each colour as you please without touching the other colours
  8. hi all i took x4 10min of each ha and oIII before clouds moved in havent done much to it yet just stretchted it abit il add to it next clear night
  9. .that looks good.you can make so many different colours it's fun when you get the hang of it but I'm not quite there yet
  10. ive changed ha to green and sII to red oIII to blue ive found im over cooking pics on other lap top when i put them on my mac colours are well ott mmm not sure why so sorry its over done
  11. well i know its not great but its a start had probs aligning tiffs 1st off had to do it manual in ps a real mere didnt know how much to stretch each band i guess its trial and error.it can only get better.is there a easy way to align 3 tiffs i tryed dss it still added to stack even with the box unchecked .x6 10mins subs of HA OIII SII with eos clip filters
  12. Hi every one I've got a prob I've taken ha oIII and sII data I've stacked them in dss oIII tiffs then sII and ha now have 3 lotts of tiffs I need to align all 3 can this be done in dss or do I need some thing else to align tiffs is there a link also for mapping narrow band to rgb can't find one that seems to show how to link colour to narrowband in ps
  13. Clouds I hate them.fri and sat night is looking good well where I am any way
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