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  1. After a great hour viewing i stuck the dmk 21 mono into the 9.25 sct and put the IR pass 742nm filter and did a few barlow shots then just some random rilles ect enjoy i did avaerage 1200 frames 900 stacked
  2. One of the best cameras for Ha solar. With a 1/2" chip and large pixels, I used to fit the entire disc with lunt 35. I can still do a full disk with a quark using my TS 60ED and a reducer on the camera nose. This camera does not suffer from Newton's rings so saves a lot of time which is otherwise wasted in setting up a tilt adjuster. Boxed with the cable, probably i have the disc as well, but not sure where in my astro dump it is. Software is available from the website though. £180+pp
  3. I pointed my solar telescope at a small prominence in the hope that it would do something whilst I imaged it. Because I am new to solar imaging I don't know whether this is particularly lucky, or if it's something that's easily caught. Over the space of about an hour I captured 18 videos, each of 1000 frames, using a mono DMK21. I stacked 10% of the frames, and then manually went about aligning and cropping the 18 stacked images because ImPPG didn't like to do it for me. I also took an image of the solar surface, just to get rid of the white in the image, and add something visually interesting to the solar disc. I used a curves adjustment to make it orange, and then made a movie in MS Movie Maker. Hope you enjoy it! solar_prominences_long.mp4
  4. C 9.25 DMK 21 MONO FILTERS, RED,IR/UV,IR PRO 740,NEOYDIUM AVERAGE 1200 FRAMES BEST 95% OF Theres one the rest on on flikr http://flic.kr/s/aHsjPpUSVw
  5. Hi all seeing was not not great but needed my moon fix,x2 barlow dmk21 mono average 1000 frames at 30fps average 400 stacked .forgot to name some craters because i forgot there names seeing rubbish but another not bad night pat
  6. sct 9.25,mono dnk 21, pier mounted c gem average 1000 frames @60fps,stacked with registax 5 average of 600 frames stacked
  7. Hi all did a bit yesterdaythe mosaic is not great forgot to crop them first any way the heat in the obsy was red hot 33c i had a few fans running that done got every thing dialed in and started to record,the plan was for 35 mins it was around 17:00hrs, 5'edt cf c gem pier monted dmk 21 mono average 1000 frames @30 fps light edit with ps6 link for the rest http://s473.photobucket.com/user/todd81 ... uly%202013 every thing cooling with the fans the heat was still to much at times it was the quickest run ever 20 quick vids was all i could do heres the mosaic,ishould have cropped these will do later to see all the images click the photobucket link i tried all different settings i was goung to use a green ccd filter but never did in the end a forgot any tips trick or general banter welcome Pat
  8. Hi all just a few from last night full boil most of night here managed to get a few good ones heres the details C9.25 pier mounted c gem Dmk 21 mono ir/uv filter all are 1000 frames taken,300 average stack ic capture gain 370 expo 1.130 gamma 90 fps 30
  9. After seeing this thread from Grinde, I'm not sure I should be posting this... I was quite happy till I saw his I borrowed a PST from Jon to use during the transit. I didn't get to use it then, but I woke to blue skies and just had to have a go. I'm still working through 16Gb of AVI's that I took but here is a couple of images that I've processed. The whole disc (well mostly whole) was taken with the DMK with the lens cell of a 2x barlow screwed into 1.25" adapter - giving around 1.5ish increase. It also meant that I could reach focus without any butchering of stuff. As you can see this is a mosaic of around8 or 9 panes. I do have the bit for the middle but it was very poor quality and actually makes the image worse when it's added. I'm annoyed about the limb missing though... more care next time. Also the joins are clearly visible, so again lots to learn and to try and put right for next time. I've added the Earth to give a sense of scale. The next image is same set up but this time I've removed the 2x barlow cell and added in the 2.5 Televue powermate. This was again around 2000 frames with about 1000 used in the stack. Both images have been made "colour" in PSCS5 along with a little play with curves. A slightly larger Earth is again added for scale. Hope you like? Ant
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