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Slowly dabbling with narrow band and the processing that is becoming more like art than science 🙂
I really am enjoying it though, Imaged this in my red zone back garden last night, it's 10 x 300 secs each of Ha Oiii and Sii ( no darks as they looked weird )
Thanks for looking / feedback.
DSS - Photoshop levels / curves - gradient xterminator - photoshop channel combine as per @swag72 tutorial - photoshop levels to balance colours to my taste - slight noise and star size reduction (Noels tools)
Tele Vue 8mm Radian in excellent condition. No marks on optics or barrel. Comes with both end caps, original box, instructions, pupil guide and Tele Vue sticker.
The “Instadjust” eyeguard housing works smoothly and holds firm.
Only selling to UK buyers.
Selling for £110, including Royal Mail Special Delivery.
I will accept payment via PayPal as gift or buyer pays fees or bank transfer.
Happy to provide more photos on request.
Selling as I am just not using it and to fund further purchases.
I use the TV Panoramic mount with my Genesis. Bought both together & they are excellent grab & go.
So as my Skytee 2 is too heavy for tucking under an arm & I like scope in or on top mounts, I am considering a fork mount for my fracs, of which the 120 Equinox is bulkiest and heaviest.
The only maker I can find for fork mounts for scopes (others for binoculars) is Tele Vue, & their Gibraltar 5. They seem to come with a star finder gadget which may be good being for TV.
So does anyone here use a TV Gibraltar for any size of scope, & can advise on its pros & cons including the star finder?
What can you do during a rainy and boring day?
Yes, write something about about old project ideas that newer have been realized.
For many years I have been wondering how to construct a beam splitter system to make more efficient use of exposure time when doing color or narrow band imaging.
I have today written down my ideas here:
There are a lot of interesting links there too to read.