I have recently tested new gear by imaging again the Eta Carina nebula -- a bright convenient target where I am as it is circumpolar. As usual I like light-handed processing e.g. DBE, crop, minor de-noise, stretch and color curves. No de-convolution or other complicated stuff.
So did the finer pixel scale of 1.15 arc-sec / px bring any improvement? Your views welcome...
Latest image - 183 camera using a 430 mm FL newtonian 1.15 arcsec per px, FOV 106 arc-min x 71 arc min:
Previous image - 460 camera using a 246 mm FL refractor 3.8 arc-sec per px, FOV 174 arc-min x 139 arc-min:
Edited by Henry from NZ, 30 June 2020 - 05:13 AM.