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1st Saturn with spc900


Rich N
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This is my first go with a SPC900. Seeing was poor and it was still twilight, but i thought id have a go before Saturn dissapears.

Any comments on improving processing very welcome as im a total novice.

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Wow, great first image.

I had my first go with the same scope and camera as you this past weekend too.

Did you use your 5x barlow for that image? I was thinking of getting a 4 or 5x Barlow for imaging seeing as the 150P is an F5.

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For a first shot that's amazing - you have the banding, colours, NEB storm, and Cassini. I'm sure someone will suggest ways to sharpen up - maybe more frames or lower the percentage of useable frames in Registax?. Excellent result!! :)

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Thanx for the comments.

I used 90% frame quality, around 600 frames from a 4 min Avi @ 15 fps.

Is it possible to add Too many frames to the image? For instance if I use 95% frame quality and got 250 frames would that be better?

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Thanx for the comments.

I used 90% frame quality, around 600 frames from a 4 min Avi @ 15 fps.

Is it possible to add Too many frames to the image? For instance if I use 95% frame quality and got 250 frames would that be better?

Hard to say:icon_scratch: Try it and see :)

Often it is self defeating as you may get a sharper image, but it will contain more noise, which means you have to back off on the wavelets:( But occasionally it works if the good frames are lots better than the rest.

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