Blueman: please, what browser and OS do you use? I guess some new Internet Explorer under some Windows? I know my gallery isn't perfect as I do not fully support MSIE due to various reasons (all "products" from Microsoft have different set of bugs and are inconsistent between versions of the same software and for me it's a nightmare to cover all exceptions because MS doesn't care about any standard). Every other browser should work well as every other cares about internet standards... maybe you have just by default disabled popup windows.
anyway, many of my images still do have some kind of problems that is visible in 1:1 (100%) scale. Sometimes it's collimation (I am new to newtonians) or focus or kinda tracking - I have to setup every day from scratch, I am mobile photographer, no observatory, no fixed place, I put all gear to my car and go to dark place...
here are some direct links to images and full scale:
and here are some in 50% only:
and one of my best, 5.5hours total (2h Lum + rest for color) in full scale:
this image above demonstrates the 10x improvement in LRGB imaging when using big aperture, fast focal ratio and 36x24mm chip though totally lousy chip.
here I used small 77mm aperture Borg, but with superb clean high QE SONY chip, but as you can see, the chip surface is 8x lower and low readout noise is of no importance for LRGB (if you shoot LRGB 2min subs or 4min subs is not a big deal to mitigate RN) AND the aperture 250mm vs 77mm has another total impact on final SNR so after 5.5 hours with tiny refractor and small surface chip I got only this noisy image:
Hi, I fully understand about having to setup each session. I too setup each new Moon at my site, though I do have a pier in the ground. But still nothing stays on site. It is a bit of a job to make sure everything is right each time.
Yes, Internet Explorer of course, but it only displays whatever is on the web site. If the resolution or size of a photo is small, then that is what you see. I also understand size constraints for a web site. My own gallery only allows images of 1.2 mb each. But I have unlimited numbers so I put up with it.
These photos show for the most part that guiding and tracking are OK. The one looked like guiding was a bit ragged, but not so much on these new posts. Must have not been a good night. Seeing can affect this too.
I do not do Narrow Band much anymore, just not that interested in it. Not saying it is not nice but I prefer the more natural color of LRGB.
But I take 8min or 10min subs now and as many as I can take with the given schedule.
My gallery is here. Most of the newer photos were taken with the ML8300 and the TEC140 @ f/5.4.