Completely new to this. What's the best way to do it. I have very limited funds.
I've been reading alot on PIPP, Stackkert, and Registak, but I will just have to go for it and not know precisely what every setting is in those programs.
When you video and drift, are you turning off the recording each time you bring the scope back to let it drift again?
PIPP will join all those videos in registration? What is you have some videos by accident where it's nothing but black in the video, or even "half" the planet went past the eye piece? It'll still register the good frames?
I was looking at the inexpensive adapter for the Canon DSLR. Not sure if i'll have the focal length. I see some have to use a barlow to reach it.
What if i were to let drift, some region of the moon (not the entire diameter). Of course, some will be out of alignment. What would happen when using resistak to something like that?