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quantum64

First planetary photos with webcam

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They are a bit fuzzy, but here are some images that got after running my webcam videos through Registax. The webcam is just an old Logitech CMOS camera I found. It's not that great and I hope to upgrade to a CCD webcam soon.

Any tips or advise would be appreciated! I didn't mess with any of the defaults in Registax, so if you have advise on that program, I would appreciate it as well.

Telescope is an Orion Skyview Pro 8 EQ. F/4.9

Saturn:

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Jupiter:

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Nice shots. Have you tried messing with the wavelet slider bars in Registax? They will sharpen up the images a bit, but don't overdo it otherwise they start to look overprocessed or grainy.

Rachel

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Nice shots. Have you tried messing with the wavelet slider bars in Registax? They will sharpen up the images a bit, but don't overdo it otherwise they start to look overprocessed or grainy.

Rachel

I'll have to try that out. Thanks!

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