First Light - ASI294MC

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First Light - ASI294MC

Postby chipguy1us » Thu Oct 26, 2017 7:11 pm

Received the new camera this week and wanted to share the first few processed images. I am still playing around with the settings and will try higher gain to understand differences.

Equipment:
RC8 telescope on SB MyT mount
Loadstar autoguider
TheSkyX mount control/image capture
Pixinsight processing

Barnard 33 (Horsehead Nebula)
21x10min subs, fully calibrated with bias, flat, dark, gain=130, raw16

NGC253 (Sculptor Galaxy)
14x10min subs, fully calibrated with bias, flat, dark, gain=130, raw16

NGC7293 (Helix Nebula)
11x10min subs, fully calibrated with bias, flat, dark, gain=130, raw16
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NGC7293_Helix_Nebula.jpg
NGC253.jpg
Barnard33.jpg
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Re: First Light - ASI294MC

Postby Astrogate » Sun Nov 19, 2017 8:33 pm

chipguy1us wrote:Received the new camera this week and wanted to share the first few processed images. I am still playing around with the settings and will try higher gain to understand differences.

Equipment:
RC8 telescope on SB MyT mount
Loadstar autoguider
TheSkyX mount control/image capture
Pixinsight processing

Barnard 33 (Horsehead Nebula)
21x10min subs, fully calibrated with bias, flat, dark, gain=130, raw16

NGC253 (Sculptor Galaxy)
14x10min subs, fully calibrated with bias, flat, dark, gain=130, raw16

Those are some very nice images captured with your ASI294. Were you at native F8 or reduced and if so, what focal reduction were you at please?

Chris

NGC7293 (Helix Nebula)
11x10min subs, fully calibrated with bias, flat, dark, gain=130, raw16
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Re: First Light - ASI294MC

Postby chipguy1us » Tue Nov 21, 2017 2:46 am

No focal reduction - native F8.
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Re: First Light - ASI294MC

Postby poobie » Tue Nov 21, 2017 5:54 am

These are fantastic. this camera looks like a real winner, if you're wanting to do OSC. Thanks for posting, good to see some relatively deep integrations from this product.
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