LS60THa/B1200 Cerevolo 8" F5 MN Orion 11 SCT Tak EM200, Meade 6" F5 Newt, Starblast 4.5", ETX 90 C6 SCT, Meade 90 mm F9 refractor Meade 10"SN Canon T3, Mallincam Extreme
Quote:"that is not live viewing its AP"Huh? Where did that come from? Does exposure time determine live viewing vs AP? If it does then most of the cameras that are discussed in this forum aren't live viewing either. Live viewing with an Imaging Source camera is like live viewing with any other camera; spontaneous and in real-time.
Quote:I think you got it wrong. Nobody said here “My camera is better than yours”. Secondly, we are trying to gather as much information about what works for other people in similar situations to ours, as you correctly said. It's all about information sharing.
Quote:Nobody says Mallincam is not the best for live video astronomy.
Paul B. Jones http://www.astrobin.com/users/bunyon/
Quote:Hi TravisI am not going to get into a big debate over what I said, but I still believe (and have tested several cameras) what I previously said. We have a fantastic tool for 3 years now that anyone can use and it's called Night Skies Network (NSN) open to ALL!To this day I have not seen hardly any people and I am on NSN a lot showing their results live with their particular camera. I have always believed in actions speak louder than words. Lets start seeing some broadcast of DSO's and that will provide us the best idea of what can be expected under certain conditions.Chris AAstrogate