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Ptolemaeus 5 May


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Very good job MD looks well detailed , a bit bright to one side , , on that bright side when imaging keep it darker , the left side can always be adjusted up , but its harder to tone back the over exposed parts , but otherwise thats good mate .

Rog

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Good link James - thanks

Rog

Thanks for your helpful comments.

I'm still very much the beginner and find difficulty in getting the correct exposure using the afocal method.

On the compact digital's screen the image looks much darker than the recorded image.

I'll just have to trust that, even if it's too dark to see it properly, it's still there!

MD

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Ian

I'm afraid the camera only has auto exposure. No aperture, speed priority or manual setting.

Rog

With your tweak I think I can now see Ranger 9 sitting in Alphonsus!

As you know, unless the information is in the image, digital processing can do little to improve things.

I know there is (usually) good information coming out of the EP. The combination of the TAL100RS object lens and the 5mm lanthanum certainly gives excellent sharpness and contrast. It's just up to me to get the digital image as good as possible - and that's down to practice and experience.

MD

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