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#1 Baron

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Posted 10 June 2018 - 10:52 AM

One set RGB, 3 minutes for channel, 3.5ms exposition, 283fps, 27000 frames

 

Celestron C9.25

ASI 290MM

Baader Q Barlow screwed to the nose of the ASI

 

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Posted 12 June 2018 - 11:53 AM

Your Jupiter image is much better than anything I have been able to get. I use a similar camera to yours, the ASI 290MC model to be exact. How do you get such high frame rates? I can get 60 or 70 fps, but only when I use the Raw8 capture mode and a resolution of 800 X 600 or less. I use an 8-inch EdgeHD Celestron SCT for my imaging. The seeing though is atrocious where I am, very few nights here offer good seeing, and even fewer are those I can make use of.

 

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Your Jupiter image is much better than anything I have been able to get. I use a similar camera to yours, the ASI 290MC model to be exact. How do you get such high frame rates? I can get 60 or 70 fps, but only when I use the Raw8 capture mode and a resolution of 800 X 600 or less. I use an 8-inch EdgeHD Celestron SCT for my imaging. The seeing though is atrocious where I am, very few nights here offer good seeing, and even fewer are those I can make use of.

 

Taras 


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#3 Baron

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Posted 13 June 2018 - 12:12 PM

High frame rates are obtained with ROI (640x480 in my case), low exposition time and with the option High speed mode on.




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