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Rosette with a DSLR


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Short spell between showers last night, grabbed some sub frames of the Rosette Nebula with an unmodified DSLR. The image has been cropped.


7x300s subs were taken at 800iso. Processing with PI and PS-CS3


 


Rosette:


Rosette807x300sbiasampflats-crop_zps3759


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Thanks Francis - very nice job you've done there - I had no idea you could get such good shots with an unmodified dslr. :)


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Thanks All for the comments. I've tried to add some older data from the 115 to the image above using Registar, not used this in anger before so a bit of a trial.


 


Rosette-Combine3_zps048792e7.png


 


Kim asked earlier about the scope: its an 80mm optic on loan to me from Altair Astro, its from their Planostar range although this one is a prototype (I have to say I'm enjoying using this the field flatness even on a full frame 35mm CCD is spot on)


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Not sure the older data worked so well so here's the un-cropped version:


 


Rosette807x300sbiasampflats-2_zps5845866


 


this is quite a large file so keep hitting the '+' to get to the original...


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