Thanks so much for the very concise answers, I will hopefully put this to practice on the weekend!
I will try to experiment with the amount I capture and post the results. I never even took into consideration the movement of sun flares so I will experiment.
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- Fri Aug 16, 2013 8:46 am
- Forum: Imaging techniques
- Topic: Solar Imaging Techniques
- Replies: 6
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Hi all, I am quite new to taking solar time lapse videos and was looking for advice. Currently I am taking short 500 frame videos every 2 minutes using a lunt 65mm double stacked telescope and my camera is an imagingsource DMK 21AU4 monochrome. I'm stacking them in registax and using after effects t...
Hey, I don't post here much! This is my first attempt at a mosaic of the moon and I was really happy with the results so I thought I would post it, the conditions were a little cloudy so I was glad to get anything at all! http://www4.picturepush.com/photo/a/4876287/img/4876287.jpg I used RegiStax to...
Hi all, I took this timelapse of Jupiter last year and never posted it! It is a little dark but you can see two moons in there one quite close to Jupiter and one in the top left corner. I believe the closest one is Io but I can't remeber the other. http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3646/3990672891_61c0...