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a faint ic63

Postby craig a » Sun Sep 16, 2018 2:49 pm

hi all only one hour of data on this, I was really just testing some new 10m usb repeater cables out and they seem to be working just fine.had an hour window to grab what I could so its abit quick n dirty. it is faint but its there......just! also first time using a bad pixel map using just 1 dark and to be honest I think they work better than shooting a load of darks. plus following some information on suggested iso from sensorgen my cam works best at swamping downstream read noise at iso1600 and I tend to agree, I had less noise than iso 800 with the same sub length. it was heavily dithered also but I was very impressed with iso1600 with dithering noise was kept down. had some issues with flats I think they wernt bright enough so ive got to get myself an el panel for them in the future, plus I didn't collimate before I started so that's off abit aswell, anyway enough excuses :lol:
skywatcher 130pds,canon 1100d 12x300 sec dithered
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