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Pablitobicho

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About Pablitobicho

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  1. I have been trying different things, including no binning, power adapters... none of them helped. Any other thoughts?
  2. Thanks for replying. The shutter goes all the way through, I'll check out what gives with a different binning tonite (in Spain)
  3. Hi everyone, I seem to have an issue with my NS camera that I can't figure out. Whenever I take a picture, every bright object in it, especially stars, have a black shadow on the right part of the image. I have disregarded the effect coming from the telescope or reflections from outside, because the shadow always appears on the right, regardless the angle of the camera with respect to the telescope. The effect is very apparent when I'm focusing. I have attached several pictures to see if someone can give me a hint: - ...004: focusing street lights - ...006 Calibration (Dark) - ...008 Calibration (Bias) - ...010 Calibration (Flat): pointing to a street light and trees - ...013 Focusing a star - ...019 Picture of street lights - ...003 Focusing a bright star - ...5420 Picture of a star field
  4. Hi there, I was wondering how did the project ended up. I want to go through the same process with an old E-300 and I have a few questions if you don't mind me asking. Best regards
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