new member - M 42 Trapezium Cluster

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pixlimit
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Joined: Sun Feb 21, 2021 9:44 am

new member - M 42 Trapezium Cluster

Post by pixlimit »

Hello all,

that is my first post :D

I am a big fan of SharpCap and have used it for years. All my images on my website https://www.pixlimit.com I have created with SharpCap. Now I have started with live stacking and have created my first small video.

https://youtu.be/ekBdMT6ZM9A

Skywatcher Heritage 150p,
Skywatcher EQ6-R mount,
unguided,
using SharpCap 3.2 Pro,
gain 120
one second exposure time
no filter used.

Image

thanks for looking :D

Clear skies
Peter

https://www.pixlimit.com
timh
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Joined: Mon Aug 26, 2019 5:50 pm

Re: new member - M 42 Trapezium Cluster

Post by timh »

Like that! a different angle

A long focus very short - and well focused- exposure provides detail at the bright core that
normally gets blown out in the attempt to see the rest of the nebula

Tim
pixlimit
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Joined: Sun Feb 21, 2021 9:44 am

Re: new member - M 42 Trapezium Cluster

Post by pixlimit »

A long focus very short - and well focused- exposure provides detail at the bright core that
normally gets blown out in the attempt to see the rest of the nebula
yes, I agree with you Tim

Peter
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