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lensman57 last won the day on March 2 2014

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  1. I have done this on my I3-M . Very difficult print for a FDM . A lot of delicate supports needed and the temp has to be spot on for the bridges and overhangs. Your result is very very smooth and nice. Well done.
  2. Just be careful with handling of the resin. These guys do print with incredible resolution and smoothness but I am not sure how permanent the prints are. Like the PLA that is beautiful to print but has no real use in the real world due to lack of strength.
  3. Sorry for the late reply. The binos were securely mounted on top of my Gitzo Studex ( a relic from my more serious photographic past ) and a Manfroto gearhead . LOL, the center pillar for the Gitzo alone costs 3x as much as the Opticrons.
  4. Well, last Saturday night the clouds broke around 8 pm and I managed to get the 20X80s out. Jupiter was the first target. Quite low now and just over the neighbors roof. The disc was lovely and six moons visible. The four Galilean ones in a straight line, two on each side with Jupiter like a diamond in the middle and two others, one at 12 O'clock and the other at 7. It was a beautiful sight. Later on as my pupils fully dilated I could just make out the impression of a dark band north of the equator. I was in heaven. I then turned to Mizar and the double with Alcor was nice but tonight a mir
  5. Up here, they only get it wrong when it is supposed to be clear.
  6. I used to do deep sky imaging a few years back. My last image of M31 was in 2015. Increasing light pollution, increasingly bad weather, change of circumstances etc caused me to stop. A few weeks ago I took my 8X32 binos out for a change and enjoyed the wide field view of the sky. I decided to buy a new large bino. Today the Opticron Oregon 20X80 from FLO arrived. Guess what , the forecast for the weekend and most of next week is rain, strong wind and clouds. Manchester weather, luvely isn't it? A.G
  7. Thanks for the review. I am after a new pair of bins for casual observing and I wonder what the good people thought of the B&R 12X56 EDs? Many thanks . A.G
  8. D1 has a more severe cutoff of the IR than P2 but looking at the spectrum analysis it appears to eliminate some way into the Sii emission line too. This is probably why it is thought to reduce the background red glow of the OSC captures. The question is how much Sii emission your target has? Quite a lot of the DSOs are quite weak in the Sii region so it may not be such a big loss. A.G
  9. The Ha regions and the dark lanes are extremley well defined but I do find the background a little clipped and the continum is not representative of such a rich data. A.G
  10. The 3rd one is closer to what is expected from a DSLR. The first one is too Magenta and the Second one is too Yellow/Orange. A.G
  11. This is not possible unless your guide software can download the images taken by the DSLR video function. Get a proper guide camera and save yourself a lot of hassle. A.G
  12. You are using the wrong software for planetary imaging. You need to have either Registax or Auto Stakkert. These are free downloads. DSS is for long exposure Deep Sky Imaging and what is asking for is the calibration frames. My advice to you is to read a lot more about basic astro photography. Regards, A.G
  13. Very good detail in the horse and excellent control of the killer star Alnitak, the double has been clearly resolved. A.G
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