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First RGB from the AG12


peter shah
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This is work in progress....I need to do some new flats and I also want to get some H-alpha and Luminance....

Here are the RGB channels so far, 4x600s in red, 4x420s in green and 4x530s in blue, conditions were a little hazy

just to show what sort of detail im getting ive included two 100% crops

The stars are pin in the corners after careful collimation, im very pleased with the way the scope has performed so far...just need some more clear nights.

any comments welcome

cheers peter

click the link for a full frame at hi-res look

http://twitpic.com/46j6vh/full

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Thanks everyone....im very pleased with these first results....this shot is only a taster

First class result Peter :)

I'm talking to OO at the moment about a custom astrograph :(

Cheers

Rob

Ooo what you thinking about Rob?
Stunning result Peter, I can hardly believe that it is just RGB and not a lot of it. :p

Mike.

Its a very fast scope giving lots of signal.....ive got to get some new flats for the data im sure there is more in it, the poor flats let it down
Youre going to have a lot of fun
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Nice starting point! about where I'd be happy with my finishing point.

What's the camera/scope?... EDIT: no scratch that.. just found your website.

Derek

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Nice starting point! about where I'd be happy with my finishing point.

What's the camera/scope?... EDIT: no scratch that.. just found your website.

Derek

Sorry derek the website's equipment page needs updating......the Scope is an AG12 and the camera a SXVF-H35

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That is absolutely fantastic!

Just the crops alone would be great photos, but that amount of detail all over the huge field of view, that's simply stunning, what a great combination of equipment! Really good job on the processing too

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