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@michael.h.f.wilkinson your results there are kind of what I had in mind my friend, if I could get anywhere near that I would be more than happy. Your holding out a little hope for me, thanks.

I have attached my Ring but as A TIF  file. Only a stack of 15 x 10 seconds taken in a very windy back garden and when there was a significant amount of wispy cloud in the sky. I know it is pretty poor but it does hold out hope for me. The part processed is just RGB tweaking as it was rather red.

Were you using the Pro version of the camera's incidentally?

 

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Hi Steve. The 224MC is really a planetary camera and you are trying to image the crescent which is a deep sky object. For this generally use longer exposures (preferably guided) with cooled cameras or

You must be able to image the Crescent nebula with the 224MC. See my trial with Evolution 8" @ f/5 20 x 15 s  

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2 hours ago, bomberbaz said:

I was simply wanting to grab some basic images of deep sky objects from my back garden with a short stint of getting the required data without going down the all guided, mega processing, several hours worth of capturing etc and all that malarkey associated with full on imaging. 

This has always been my intention.

And to be fair, other than the star bloating I was very happy with my first bash at M57 the other night. 

 

Then its a winner 🙂

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51 minutes ago, vlaiv said:

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I think this is rather good for only 15x10s with respect to sampling rate.

Thank you kindly vlaiv, maybe I am doing a little better than I realised. I shall persevere. 👍

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