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Orange245
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Any experiences with GPU Aplanatic Corrector? new
      #6303679 - 01/10/14 08:25 AM

Is there any one that have any experiences with GPU Aplanatic Coma Corrector? It is also sold by Skywatcher.

I got a DSLR camera with 36x24 mm sensor with 46,5 mm backfocus on my camera but I know it will be some vignetting but thats okay, maybe it could be corrected by flats.


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martl
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Re: Any experiences with GPU Aplanatic Corrector? [Re: Orange245]
      #6304385 - 01/10/14 02:36 PM

There is a guy who is using this corrector together with a Nikon 800E. Correction seems to be ok with his 250/1200mm Newton: http://www.pbase.com/bountyhunter/astrophotos&page=2 Maybe you check the site in detail.

CS
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Orange245
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Re: Any experiences with GPU Aplanatic Corrector? new [Re: martl]
      #6305684 - 01/11/14 08:53 AM

Many thanks! Great I also got a Nikon but D600 and I have contacted him to hear what he are saying about the corrector.

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