Paul (lollywater) sent down his Rising Tech 287M for me to test out for him in my dark skies, and because I have more time than Paul. He's a busy boy.
Rather than just take screenshots of the 287M view alone I also took identical screen shots of the same objects using the same settings with a 224 colour so there was something to compare the 287M to.
I didn't use an IR/UV filter with the 287 in these images as there is no need to. It's Mono.
But I did take screenshots with and without the IR/UV filter for my own interest. (without the IR/UV filter is better)
To make sure the test was pretty hard on the camera I used an ED80 instead of the big 6 inch refractor or the SN10 Astrograph.
All images are single frame, no stacking.
Here's the results:
First a simple bright object - M42
Then a medium bright object - Carina Nebula
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