At the moment I'm capturing L on the wonderful ASI1600MM Pro, and RGB on a modified Canon 750Da (that's just where I started, and what I currently have laying around).
The Canon is somewhere between barely adequate and terrible for capturing RGB data.
I want to improve the RGB that I can capture, within the specific context parameters of my environment.
Here's the thing: I live in Denmark and I would say I get between 60 and 100 clear nights per year if I'm lucky. That's not much.
For example right now I've been able to shoot four hours of data in the last five weeks; and the next 10 days is 100% overcast every night. Cloud can persist for weeks at a time.
I also have a rather old Macbook with a limited about of SSD space that means I can stack perhaps 100 images at once before it runs out of working space.
I do not currently have a focuser.
Although I know that simply adding RGB filters to my mono filter wheel would be the best quality outcome, the reality of the situation is that I do not have the reliability of opportunity to gather separate R, G, B data; nor the space the process the mountain of data that it entails.
My gut feeling then, where time-efficiency and ease of processing is key, is to get an additional OSC to perform the RGB function of my LRGB rig.
What would you suggest as a route forwards?
Edited by oneredpanther, 05 December 2021 - 03:24 PM.