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Taken from our back garden at about midnight Friday 17/Saturday 18.
EQUIPMENT: Canon 1100D modified by Juan Fierros at Cheap Astrophotography, Canon 70-210mm f4 EF lens @ 140mm, Hoya HMC UV(c) filter, CLS EOS clip-in filter, Static tripod (Slick88).
11 x 4" frames manually stacked in PS CS4 using a new Exclusion layer for each stacked frame. Then levels; curves; Exposure; Filter - HLVG; Filter - Gaussian Blur; Hue/Saturation; Colour Balance; Channel Mixer, to name but a few!
I had to do a manual stack as DSS didn't seem to be able to recognise the stars, reporting back that only one frame would be stacked?
is there a best filter to use to view comet Neowise?
Do you do long or short exposure to take a picture of the comet?
Plesse advise what I should set my Cannon EOS to (its an ancient camera)
I will connect to my celstron SCT 9.5” or is that too much magnification?
it has been a long time since I posted anything here. Does any one know the best way to connect a digital camera to a Zeiss Telementor 2. I have this great telescope and a great camera but I really need some guidance with how to connect the two together.
All help and advice gratefully accepted.