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First light for a borrowed 4021


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I have been very kindly lent an Artemis 4021 for a week or two and had the chance to try it out last night.

the first this I noticed is how mush less sensitive it is to my Artemis 429, but I suppose it's the price you pay with large format cameras.

so here's 5 x 10min subs of NGC7000 in Ha through the Vixen ED103S with a 6.3 reducer.

the flats are a bit carp so there's some brightening in the corners but it's not toooo bad.

No darks were used as the camera is pretty good for hot pixels.

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Ian

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Pretty good for just a few 10 min subs Ian , as you say its a lovely wide field . double those subs and apretty good noiseless image Ian .

would you buy one , or would you stay with the 429

Rog :angry:

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now that's a tough question Rog,

I think I'd buy a 285 based camera first, yes the field is great but it's hard work compared to the smaller cams and I'm in this for the fun not for serious imaging.

I think I could be happy with a 285 and some spare cash.

I'll be sorry to hand it back but I won't miss it too much.

Ian

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It's a great Image Ian, whatever you think about the camera.

It is a very wide are of sky is imaged there. I do like these mono shots of nebulous regions.

Ron. :angry:

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Superb image Ian.I was planing having a go at that one myself tonight for my debut DSO, if the fog doesn't come in, but on seeing this excellent image i might try something else for fear of embarrassment. :angry:

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