I recently got a ZWO ASI178MM to use as a new guide scope camera. It works superbly for that purpose. However, it came with a fish eye lens. Tonight wasn't a good, full, clear night to set up my honking EQ8-R Pro and 12" Newtonian, so, instead, I tried the camera with its adorable little lens. I took 30 second exposures for maybe 4 or 5 hours. I integrated them all to create a kind of "flat" to reduce some light pollution, and divided it out of each frame. I used Siril for these tasks, and it has a really nice feature where it can export a sequence to a video file. Here's my result:
Please forgive buffering times, this is hosted from my home server. Here's my choice of soundtrack for it:
Edited by colinrm, 26 March 2020 - 05:21 AM.