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I used my standard setup of 160mm refractor, NV monoculars, 55mm plossl and 6nm h-alpha filter. 

I used my televue fonemate to connect my iPhone to the eyepiece. Then nightcap in stars mode to take the photo.

I had a go at processing the image but the cone is a delicate feature and I think I prefer the unprocessed image which is what is shown below.

 

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Blimey, you set yourself some tough ones! It is definitely there! Did you I’d it visually? Or, image and accidentally capture?

I'm loving the night vision aspect.

Paul

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1 hour ago, Paul73 said:

Blimey, you set yourself some tough ones! It is definitely there! Did you I’d it visually? Or, image and accidentally capture?

I'm loving the night vision aspect.

Paul

I saw it visually as well Paul!

See the thread here

I’m loving the NV as you can probably tell! ?

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