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Paramount
2013-Feb-20, 05:19 PM
Hi
I have finally finished my IC1795 image in the HST palette that I started in early December last year, due to a combination of consistently bad weather and the one clear night coinciding with work I haven't been able to do any imaging for over two months. This was taken with the FSQ106ED at f5 on a Paramount ME auto guided with a Lodestar and OAG, exposures were 25x30 minutes Ha, 15x30 minutes OIII and 8x30 minutes SII with a FLI ML8300 and 5nm narrow band filters. Fog came in just after I finished the 8th SII frame last night and it would benefit from a bit more SII data but I am grateful for some imaging time at least.
The Ha data can be seen on my website at http://www.imagingtheheavens.co.uk and there is a full size version of this at the following link
http://www.pbase.com/imaging_the_heavens/image/148877398/original
Thanks for looking
Best wishes
Gordon

http://www.imagingtheheavens.co.uk/userimages/ic1795hst1000.jpg

Buzz-Lite-Punch
2013-Mar-13, 01:01 AM
WOOOW nice picture what camera did you use?

I have Fujifilm finepix S4400 could my camera get as near to taking a picture like that and if so what settings would I have to use?

I'm not sure if they make or is an adaptor that can be fitted to camera to mount on my telescope?