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Jupiter 16-6-16 first attempt with C6

Postby carastro » Sun Apr 17, 2016 5:43 pm

Well this isn't going to win any prizes, but I thought I'd post it up for advice in the future.

My first attempt with this new scope, and for the first time ever whilst planetary imaging I managed to split the Moons with a Bahtinov mask to get focus, but despite that I still struggle to get a decent image.

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I took quite a few AVIs, but so far this seems to have come out the best of a bad bunch.
All help and advice welcome.

DBK2104 556 frames 30fps,
Resolution=640x480
Frame Rate (fps)=30.00
Colour Space=YUY2
Exposure=-4
Brightness=0
Hue=157
Saturation=103
Gamma=97
Gain=556
Stacked in Autostakkert and wavelets in Registax, post-processing in Photoshop mainly Smart Sharp and colour adjustment.

I followed the same processing tutorial that I used last month, but ended up with horrible rings during the wavelets procedure so had to change that.

I suppose I have made some sort of progress - but still a long way to go. Planetary imaging is so much more difficult than DS imaging.

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