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simmo39

A question for QHY owners.

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As some of you may know, I have ordered a QHY 10. I have been doing some reading and Im trying to get my head around the off set and gain settings. I have found a couple of sites with hints and tips on how best to set it but what im not clear on is do you do the set up on a full scope set up ( filter and CC fitted) or can you do it with just the camera and end cap? 

Any other hints and tips on setting it up welcome .

Thanks, Andy

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Hi Andy,

 

No need for the scope or filters, just the camera. I have attached a couple of pdf tutorials. Let me know how you get on.

Steve

Gain & Offset.pdf

gain and offset.pdf

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Congratulations on the purchase! I reckon you're going to love it :thumbsup:

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7 hours ago, sloz1664 said:

Hi Andy,

 

No need for the scope or filters, just the camera. I have attached a couple of pdf tutorials. Let me know how you get on.

Steve

Gain & Offset.pdf

gain and offset.pdf

Thanks Steve, camera arrives next week so will start playing as soon as i can. thanks for the tutorials.

7 hours ago, RichLD said:

Congratulations on the purchase! I reckon you're going to love it :thumbsup:

I hope so, think i have a lot to learn!

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