...Indeed after it was pointed out to me that increasing the distance between ADC & camera sensor assisted in their setting/useage (at least with the common wedge variety)...
Sorry for taking this thread on an even bigger tangent, but can't help myself. I latched on to this statement, Darryl, and I'm wondering if you can elaborate because I am having issues with my ADC at the moment. In recent nights, I put the 2x shorty barlow back in my imaging train:
Scope --> filter wheel --> barlow inside T2 --> ZWO ADC --> 224MC
Sliding the barlow back as tight to the ADC as I can, I'm getting F19-20 with the F11 C14. However, with Jupiter at 28 degrees, Saturn at 20, and Mars at 18, results are all the same. I can max the ADC levers and still not quite achieve alignment. I get close with Jupiter, but not even close with Mars. Is this an indicator as to how bad my skies are or is there something I can do to help, like increase "the distance between ADC & camera sensor"? Is that a factor?
Thanks as always.