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So far I have data from last year and this year taken with the 200mm RC and the Tak 102

 

Hope get some shorter subs to get the "eye" over the lighter nights.

 

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Made me think of the Day of the Triffids

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How do the linear subs look before stretching? I did use short subs for the core on this target, myself, but they were more of a help than an absolute essential. You might already have more core data than appears here. Just a thought, because you can use a soft stretch of the original data in the same way that you can use short subs.

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27 minutes ago, ollypenrice said:

How do the linear subs look before stretching? I did use short subs for the core on this target, myself, but they were more of a help than an absolute essential. You might already have more core data than appears here. Just a thought, because you can use a soft stretch of the original data in the same way that you can use short subs.

Olly

I will have a try

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On 24/05/2019 at 21:42, ollypenrice said:

How do the linear subs look before stretching? I did use short subs for the core on this target, myself, but they were more of a help than an absolute essential. You might already have more core data than appears here. Just a thought, because you can use a soft stretch of the original data in the same way that you can use short subs.

Olly

Olly thanks for the idea but the subs are too saturated for the core.

But I have located some shorter subs in another folder.

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