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I have had a chance to really test my new SX694 the last few days with a rare foray into my front drive for some northern sky action. NGC7822. I am still not totally satisfied as there are still some reducer spacing issues and I am still bloatingb my stars in both data gathering and processing phases, but a lot of the whole process is really coming together now. The increased resolution compared to my Atik 414ex is noticable and now I am guiding much better than before, I can take advantage. The increase in real estate is also a boon. It's all good and has scope for improvement, pardon the pun, so all in all, an excellent start by the SX694 methinks!!

Skywatcher ED80, AzEQ6, SX H694.

38 x 10 min L.

12 x 5 min each RGB, binned 2x2.

NGC7822-L.jpg

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That sure is pretty. Maybe stars are a little fat but beautiful colour control on them.

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