Quote:Langrenus (crater) - Moon. Oct 30, 2012Langrenus is a prominent impact crater located near the eastern lunar limb. The inner wall of Langrenus is wide and irregularly terraced, with an average width of about 20 kilometers. There is a bright, fragmented ray system spread across the mare to the west. The crater floor is covered by many boulders, and is slightly irregular in the northwest half. The central peaks rise about 1 kilometer above the floor, and a peak on the eastern rim ascends to an altitude of 3 km. [Wikipedia]•ISO 100 •Shutter 60 •Single (video) frame ('A' Grade)•Movie Crop 640, 60 frames/sec mode•Canon 60Da/2.0x Powermate/254mm TMB APO/elCapitan•Full frame •Moon 99%Processing Workflow: (Instructions <-- North
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Quote:Neil, pic in the first post is SINGLE frame [Grade A]; no stacking was done since individual frames looked better than stacked one.
Quote:Quote:Neil, pic in the first post is SINGLE frame [Grade A]; no stacking was done since individual frames looked better than stacked one. Interesting, in all my attempts, stacking has never been as good as a single frame. Might be just for vids of allot of frames to work well.
Quote:I also find that they don’t align the images, their all over the place.