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CELESCOPE

M27 IMAGE BY CENTROID, PROCESS PRACTISE BY CELESCOPE

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Dave AKA Centroid , gave me some fits files to practise on, these are taken with his one shot colour CCD ,so as i,m getting a one shot myself soon , i needed some time with the fits files to see how i would cope,

Using Maxim i found it pretty good, so this is my first effort at colour process with the one shot,

Cheers for the loan Dave , will do the rest later .

Rog

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That looks familiar :D

You didn't 'hang about' did you!!. :wink:

Glad to see see that the colour synthesis worked pretty much 'spot on' for you, which means that the software will work just fine with the new camera.

OSC CCD imaging 'here you come'!!

Dave

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whats that for Trev , colour , or B/W, if its colour, give me a while , i done this , but have stumbled on another , so need to find out why this is happening, once i get things right ,then sure i will do that ,

ROG

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Rog

Sorry should have said for one shot colour CCD.

Is the processing of the Fits the same regardless of what one shot colour CCD is used.

Trev.

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i think this could vary Trev, hang on in there for a while , i,m still getting feed back from other sources on it myself,

Rog

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