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Quote:Greetings to all, i also waiting for this camera (the PAL version), i hope to do some nice videos or photos to be posted here on the forum.
Quote:For meteor observation you don't necessarily need a camera with this long of an integration time. I've used the SBC-2000 with great success. Usually the integration times I use are around .3 seconds in order to keep the video relatively fluid and to keep the meteors from showing up as inanimate streaks. At this exposure I'm able to see stars down to around 5th magnitude and the Milky Way is clearly visible from my green zone observatory.
Quote:Yes correct indeed...Just makes things easy....and the samefor all my test..cs
Quote:I am figuring out how much Sense Up to use for each object. My only challenge now is getting the color back and how to get Jupiter to show up with less light so that I can see the bands. Jim
Quote:Yes Jim the agc vrs the brightness made a diference keep agc low and brightness under 20 and color with daylight will work
Quote:I'd get one of these cams IF the AGC can be switched off!!!
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