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Did it look like this before you did all the noise reduction and unsharp masking?

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4 minutes ago, Cornelius Varley said:

Was the image taken with a colour camera ? 

Yes, with T7C

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4 minutes ago, matt_baker said:

Did it look like this before you did all the noise reduction and unsharp masking?

Yes, that's what he looked like.

 

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2 minutes ago, bencevokoszt said:

Yes, that's what he looked like.

 

Try drizzling it in AS!3 maybe and see what that turns out as or it could be that it's not debayered properly

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1 minute ago, matt_baker said:

Try drizzling it in AS!3 maybe and see what that turns out as or it could be that it's not debayered properly

Okay, I'll try it

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11 minutes ago, matt_baker said:

Try drizzling it in AS!3 maybe and see what that turns out as or it could be that it's not debayered properly

Worked, thank you :3

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20 minutes ago, bencevokoszt said:

Worked, thank you :3

No problem, what setup are you using?

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1 minute ago, matt_baker said:

No problem, what setup are you using?

Telescope: 150/750

Mount: Synscan EQ5 pro goto

Camera: T7C or Nikon D5300

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Posted (edited)

Basically because you're so undersampled with the camera, it causes the pixels to become very blocky. Drizzling sorts this and smooths the final product. 

If you don't want to drizzle everytime I would use a 2-3x barlow lens to correct the sampling, since the camera uses large pixels

What does the after product look like also?

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1 minute ago, matt_baker said:

Basically because you're so undersampled with the camera, it causes the pixels to become very blocky. Drizzling sorts this and smooths the final product. 

If you don't want to drizzle everytime I would use a 2-3x barlow lens to correct the sampling, since the camera uses large pixels

What does the after product look like also?

 image.png.c3e9404d46c25e3ed4cf8da2a1615f58.png

I use 2xBarlow for this image.

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You did? Maybe you need an even larger magnification then to correct the sampling.

Also I meant the after result of the Lunar picture aha but it's okay

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2 minutes ago, matt_baker said:

You did? Maybe you need an even larger magnification then to correct the sampling.

Also I meant the after result of the Lunar picture aha but it's okay

Okay, thank you for your help

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