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Ronclarke

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About Ronclarke

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    Star Forming

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    Model railways and birding..
  • Location
    Newark on Trent Notts

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    ronclarke777@yahoo.co.uk
  1. Many people on here use a 50 mm guide scope, by using a Finder scope and attaching a small CMOS guide camera.. There is a set up for sale on here c£70.. Ron
  2. I have used my finder/guider scope on 3 different scopes and 2 different mounts. Never had a problem with it but I DON'T use PHD2, I have used PHD 1.4 throughout and had no problem. Just my take on it but my guiding has improved since I got an iPolar PA cam fitted! Ron
  3. Hi, use 'Shift' and click the mouse on Connect..
  4. That's a decision you must make, try just dithering and process the image. Then add Darks and see if there's any improvement?? I find Flats more beneficial than Darks for my imaging although I'm just changing from a DSLR to a CCD cam! Ron
  5. If you use PHD for guiding, you can Dither and then you won't need Darks. Saves a lot of time, I have a library of Flats that I use also. Ron
  6. NOW SOLD Mods please remove..
  7. These are my first CCD images, The Bubble Nebula and M15. SW 150PDS on NEQ6 Starlight Xpress CCD guided and dithered using PHD 1.4 and APT. 15 x 240s +Flats 10 x 240s + Flats
  8. Astronimic H-alpha 12nm & OIII 12nm EOS clip filters. In great condition and original boxes. On AB&S at £120 or £60 each. For sale here £100 the pair or £50 each inc. postage. Ron
  9. Try APT, free trial and runs everything and plenty on You Tube too! Ron
  10. Welcome to the forum, just up the road in Newark on Trent although a former Yellowbelly!! Ron
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