Do you have the possibility to to upload a short sequence of your Saturn video? It would be interesting how bright Saturn is visible and how it looks in the video to get such pictures.
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thank you for the link. I downloaded the files and extracted the ser video file. Although my normal players cannot play it I could load it into autostackert and play it there. Wow, very good. Such a wonderful seeing is very rare.
When I compare with my 6" f/8 video I see that my Saturn looks more yellow than your Saturn. Under "video capture filter" I get the driver window called "properties" of my ASI120MC. There is a colour tab. There is 52 for red and 95 for blue (the default values). There are two check boxes with "Auto WB" and "Raw Output". Do you use "auto wb" (auto white balance)?
The next thing is that I see atmospheric dispersion on my video:
In the eyepiece there is a little bit, too, but the video shows more blue and orange/red and in your video there is (almost) no atmospheric dispersion. How did you avoid it?
What was your gain and gamma value and your exposure time for a single frame?
I like your video very much and hope that I can make a nice video with 2400 mm focal length that looks similar like your video with 3900 mm focal length. At least I'm happy that I was able to see the cassini division going all around Saturn. That was very nice in the eye piece and on the photos.
Edited by Niklo, 07 July 2015 - 01:02 PM.