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  1. I finally got round to looking at this, I grabbed some images at different tuning positions on the quark on the 25th May. Seeing was past its best by the time I got round to it. I didn't do any flats which was a pity but it was probably just the shock of having clear skies all day! All images have been stacked and sharpened at same settings, then lightly stretched in PS. No other processing as I wanted to compare them more accurately. Rob.
  2. Yay! I can finally see the sun from my garden again, lots of interesting features on show this morning. I've been trying out merging normal and part inverted versions with IMPPG to bring out detail. Scope ED80 with Quark chromosphere and camera ASI120MM +0.5 reducer Already feel like I need a bigger scope Rob.
  3. Some nice solar detail along with Mercury passing by. ED80 + Quark chromosphere +0.5X reducer. ASI120mm.
  4. So, I tested my newly acquired DMK41 mono cam, both with and without a nosepiece reducer. What a difference from QHY 5LII- no Newton's rings. Easy focusing, and better frame rate Quark chromosphereTS 60ED on iOptron SmarteqDMK41AU04.AS
  5. First time out this year and what a great Sun to start the year with. ED80 + Quark Chromo + ASI120MM 1000 frames stacked to 20% in Autostakkert then sharpened in imppg. False colour via photoshop curves (prefer the mono myself)
  6. A little bit of Sun today but very windy and poor seeing. Staring at the this solar surface is a bit like looking at something from the late, great, H.R. Giger !
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