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Re: To Edge or not to Edge (Celestron that is)

Hi Gregg, Ooooh…Nice scope! That darn Mike Harvey showed up at Chiefland last weekend with one and he was getting some nice videos with his Xtreme X2.
John Hilliard
10:34 AM
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63749

Re: To Edge or not to Edge (Celestron that is)

Hi John, I have a CPC 800 HD - 8" Edge on dual fork arms. It's been a good little scope. I have added a lot of things to it, and recently (fearing my tracking
gregory.arkos
8:50 AM
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63748

Re: A simple question that has been asked before ..

Bob, My stock Celestron 9x50 has an eyepiece end that unscrews... I was able to remove it and thread on a Baader clicklock SCT 2" adapter. On the camera end
gregory.arkos
8:43 AM
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63747

H Alpha Detail with MallinCam Universe

I posted a picture of a very active sun taken March 26. The album title is "Active Sun 03-26-2015" and has a single picture. There was a flare that exceeds
vetblk
8:30 AM
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63746

Re: A simple question that has been asked before ..

Bob, A visual finder of 9X50 will not focus for a camera unless it was design for camera use. Cutting the optical tube shorter will help reach focus if a
mallincam
8:21 AM
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63745

Re: What is the rank order of capability for Solar Imaging

Starry Jack, Here's a link of a live video of the sun through the MallinCam Micro-Super: http://youtu.be/N3UHPpTvtQI http://youtu.be/N3UHPpTvtQI Rock M.
mallincam
8:18 AM
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63744

A simple question that has been asked before ..

.. but I couldn't find the answer. What is the model and accessories required to use a Mallincam as remote, video view finder camera? Attached to a standard
bobandlizsmith
8:15 AM
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63743

Re: What is the rank order of capability for Solar Imaging

Here you, go Jack: http://i.imgur.com/B5bujiq.png I could have gotten better results on a single image by tweaking some settings. You can also see the chunk of
Jon Philpott
8:14 AM
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63742

Re: To Edge or not to Edge (Celestron that is)

John, Your conundrum sounds to me like what I have experienced a time or two in the past which is known as "paralysis from analysis". In any of the systems
gumbydad2002
8:04 AM
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63741

Re: What is the rank order of capability for Solar Imaging

Perfect info everyone! Jon, would you please post a single image? I'd really like to see the live image look. And you have done excellent work. Starry Jack
SH Jack
6:55 AM
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63740

Re: To Edge or not to Edge (Celestron that is)

Hi Greg, I cannot remember which mount/scope you have but I remember we had ‘similar’ issues with our NexStar 8SE but not with our N6SE. If the system has
John Hilliard
5:06 AM
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63739

Re: What is the rank order of capability for Solar Imaging

Stunning results for a Micro Jon Amazing what a simple camera can achieve. And MANY people underestimated their use (Cloudy Clowns crowd). Cheers Ken Snake
ken_australia
10:53 PM
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63738

Re: Target image scales and f ratios

Sounds good Gary. thanks!
wayneh9026
8:44 PM
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63737

Re: What is the rank order of capability for Solar Imaging

Jon, Very nice!!!! Jack Jack Huerkamp Jack's Astro Accessories LLC 38388 Pine Street Pearl River, LA 70452-5192 985-863-2165 (Home) 985-445-5063 (Cell)
Jack Huerkamp
Mar 26
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63736

Re: To Edge or not to Edge (Celestron that is)

Hi John, Thanks - yes, I'd seen that before, and field rotation is definitely an issue in some directions. But even without that, I think I'm seeing the
gregory.arkos
Mar 26
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