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Posted: November 20th, 2008


DATE
December 12th, 2008

PHOTO
Exposure time:
2x15' L, and 5x 5' Ha

EQUIPMENT
Imaging scope: Takahashi FSQ106N
Camera: SBIG STL 10000
Guiding camera: StarShoot AutoGuider
Mount: Takahashi EM400

SITE & CONDITIONS
Dinosaur Point
Seeing: Regular
Transparency: Regular

SOFTWARE
Callibration/Stacking: DeepSkyStacker
Processing: PixInsight & Photoshop

COMMENTS

:: 2 Comments

Comments

Matts Sporre (Contact, Page), November 2nd, 2009, 23:18
Rogelio,
Very nice images! Even thou all images are very good there seem to be a jump in quality around the year shift 2008/2009 (from very good to extremely good :-). Is the main reason the shift in equipment (from Canon 40D and Televue to SBIG and Takahashi) or did you learn something new?

BR
Matts

RBA (Contact, Page), November 3rd, 2009, 11:03
Hi Matts and thanks for your comment! While this is a hobby where you never stop learning and challenging yourself, yes, the upgrade in the equipment meant a before and after in the quality of the data that I was able to capture, not so much because of the change in scope (although I do like the Takahashi FSQ more than the Televue NP101) but because of the change from a DSLR to a (expensive!) CCD.

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