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Javier

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  1. Beautiful image Steve, with an interesting wide field. How bad is your sky? Amazing what you did without any LP filter. Javier
  2. Thanks Mick for your reply. I´m going to take your advice. I know I can always cropp the image, but in this case is a shame. This cluster is in very rich zone of the milky way. I think no one will send my a second hand MPCC all the way to Buenos Aires, am I right? Regards, Javier.
  3. Hi Steve, thanks for your answer. I´m looking for a photographic coma corrector. I enjoy observing, but coma is not a big issue for me. But I can´t stand coma in my images. You can see in this image of the Jewel Box the coma in my f5 newtonian (with an awful collimation by the way...) So far, nobody couldn´t tell my anything about GSO-AT coma corrector, and I don´t like the fact that it increases the focal ratio in 10%. I would really appreciate any advice!
  4. Hi everyone! I´m looking forward to purchase a coma corrector, but the only option that I have here is the GSO (coma corrector) I read in astronomics website that their coma corrector would increase the focal ratio in 10%. In the other hando, I´ve read that Baader MPCC won´t change the focal ratio at all. Since I don´t have a good mount, I would prefer to keep my reflector at f5, but I will have to wait several months to purchase the MPCC. Now the question, do all coma correctors increase the focal ratio or is it true than MPCC keeps it when using it in f4-6 reflectors? Thanks for your comments. Regards, Javier
  5. Amazing image! That shot went really deep on nebula´s structure. Very well done!
  6. Amazing image Jordan. Great details along the field. I´m thinking about removing the IR filter from my Canon 300 D without a replacement. Do you know if that would work with the CLS CCD Clip filter. I don´t care about the autofocus. Thanks, Javier.
  7. Nice M33, I love that galaxy.
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