It has been awhile since last posting an image and figure to start out slow and work my way up in Astrophotography again. Figure to initially start with imaging our closest neighbor the moon and what better way than the super moon that occurred last Saturaday (08/09/2014). The image details are listed below and please comment/critique as I'm trying to refine my imaging techniques with the various cameras, with this capture the ZWO ASI120MC was utilized; thanks for looking!
Telescope: Stellarvue SV80S Lomo Lens (Apo Triplet)
Mount: Vixen SXD
Focal Length: 480mm
Camera: ZWO ASI120MC
Capture Software: SharpCap v1.5
Total Frames Collected: 3500
Total Frames Utilized: 702
Due to the cameras chip sensor size (1/3" I believe) the entire moon could not be captured at once; a series of two avi's were collected, initial processing was done in Registax 6, merged and final adjustments preformed in Photoshop CS6. I don't know if better resolution and clarity could be achieved as I was adjusting what I could of the ZWO settings and being a noob again.
Edited by Garvis, 14 August 2014 - 10:22 PM.