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walleco

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  1. Hi. I use a V-Gear TalkCam and got this without barlow - I have 3x barlow but seems focuser won't go far enough in to get focus. Any ideas? Sharpcap is great, but I prefer to process in Iris...a few times I've gotten results which I couldn't get in Registax.
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    Jupiter

    From the album: V-Gear

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    V-Gear

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    Moon + Saturn

    From the album: V-Gear

    Saturn close by the moon (superimposed though)
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    Moon Mosaic

    From the album: V-Gear

  6. Got these 2 images recently. I find Iris more effective than Registax (at least for Orion Nebula - I couldnt near the same image with Registax). Need to to work on stability and exposure levels. No tracking involved. I am happy with the TalkCam though...
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    Jupiter

    From the album: V-Gear

    Unfortunately no color came through on this one. Next time I put my 3x Barlow on...and exposure lower.
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    Orion Nebula

    From the album: V-Gear

  9. Ended up with nice visibility last night...need to work on Venus though :-)
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    Venus

    From the album: V-Gear

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    3x

    From the album: V-Gear

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    3x2

    From the album: V-Gear

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    2x

    From the album: V-Gear

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    2x1

    From the album: V-Gear

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    M1

    From the album: V-Gear

    290 stacks in Registax

    © Jens Wallevik

  16. Hi all. I just got a used V-Gear TalkCam. The adapter would actually just barely screw in to the thread. I wasn't able to get focus when only mounted on focuser, so I wanted to get the adapter further in. After doing the same (hack-sawing the top of where the lens screws in) I noticed that the threaded section was actually sort of separate but joined at the top, so that was then no longer attached to the webcam. Luckily enough the adapter fit very snug and straight in to the webcam...no gluing, no screwing. Let's see if I can test it out tonight...and my dob will be stable enough :-)
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