Here, I dare to present some humbles results obtained in EEA mode with a quite old and also humble material, but with wich I have a lot of pleasure to try to do observations in my hihly light polluted area. It allows me to have access to deep sky objects I would otherwise never be able to reach with equivalent optical aperture in pure visual mode...
Here is the current setting (quite vintage... ):
- Camera Orion Starshooter Deep Space Imager II monochrome (SSDSMI-2): sensor ICX429ALL
- Driver: Maxim DL (vers. 1.09)
- Projection lens, LOMO: D=80 mm, F=160 mm, F/D=2
- mini laptop Medion "akoya", Windows XP...
Here in the French forum Webastro.net, you can see the obtained results in this thread, with observation and camera settling details (in French, but easy to follow on atechnical point of view...)
Sorry, no picture in this first post of this thread... better to refer to the above link which contains lot of them and also videos + tests.
I will introduce, if needed and requested, pictures/videos here for illustrating our future potential discussion...
As I said, very humble results and set-up compared to what is disclosed here... But the idea is to work with low budget, a maximum DIY and with a compact configuration on simple video/photo tripod... settled in 3 mn...
Edited by Lambda, 14 February 2019 - 06:39 AM.