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• SW120ED, 8SE, Z10, ST80 •
• AVX, Porta II (Manny Myles) •
• ASI120MM, NexImage 5 •
• Astrobin •
[August 21st, 2017]
Quote:The polarizing filter used with most modern cameras is a circular polarizer. The first stage of the polarizer is a linear filter which filters out light that is linearly polarized in a specific direction. The second stage, for technical reasons related to the auto sensors within the camera, then circularly polarizes the light before it enters the camera.
Meade 12.5" F/6 Research Grade
1971 Criterion RV-6
Orion Observer 70mm Refractor
Homemade 4" f/12 reflector (being rebuilt)
Quote:... What would I be looking at in the daytime anyway? Thanks again.
Scopes: Celestron 9.25, Orion 80MM and 120MM EON Apo Solar: Lunt LS60THa/PT/B1200/50DS Binos: Canon 15X50 IS Mounts: CGEM and LXD75 Eyepieces: Explore Scientific, Meade & TeleVue Camera: DMK 41, Canon 6D, SBIG STT-8300 Messier Certificate # 2508 My Images: http://www.astrophotogallery.org/u342-hfjacinto.html
Quote:I used to have that kit, you can combine the moon and polarizing filter to get a lot of darkening, if the moon is a less than half you should just use the moon filter, after a half use both stacked.