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Stargazer Jack

My Best Image Yet

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Hi everyone,

I have been out tonight and managed to get a few AVI's of Jupiter. I have still being having problems with onion rings even though the gain was quite high on some :) Anyway, the settings for the image are as follows: [Philips SPC 900NC PC Camera]

Frame Divisor=1

Resolution=640x480

Frame Rate (fps)=10.00

Colour Space / Compression=YUY2

Exposure=-7

Brightness=38

Contrast=37

Saturation=32

Gamma=0

ColorEnable=255

BacklightCompensation=0

Gain=50

2X Barlow was also to increase size so the sharpness isn't the best but it is OK

Any advice would be welcome if you have any :D

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I tried the same last night with mine. I was hoping someone with a similar set up would post a picture.

I tried various settings but couldn't get it as sharp as your's. When I tried with the moon the seeing wasn't great either.

Hopefully someone with the know how will be along soon.

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Very nice! Great job! So is it possible to show the moons in the image too? I never really thought about it, just noticed.

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