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1775Re: [tmboptical] Barlows for ccd

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  • Markus Ludes
    Jul 1, 2001
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      I reqorked a bit the images by sharpening and now they are much better than the once i posted.
      Sorry have no such Zeiss Barlowlens left, but the Baader Planetraium sold 1.25 x and 1,70 are very good. The best is the new Baader Planetraium 3x CaF2 corrector barlow but starting only at 3 power. Also consider the highly corrected Takahashi Variextender starting at 1,6 power, a superb barlowlens too

      best wishes


      tmboptical@yahoogroups.com schrieb am 01.07.01:
      > <tt> Markus, <BR> <BR> Great pictures, i saw the 99 one, and i still consider it as a major <BR> event to see, I understand now the people who travel far to see <BR> another eclipse.<BR> (a suggestion for the owners of VERY big TMB's: next time one should <BR> make a shot of mercury during the eclipse, it would surely be the <BR> best ever mercury amateur image! :o)<BR> <BR> For ccd imaging, Valery told me that you might have 1.5 x barlows <BR> left from zeiss. Is it possible to have one? Would you have other <BR> suggestions? (for apo152 F8 and 8,4micron pixels)<BR> Would a TV 1.8 be an alternative? I gave my TV 3x a short try, but <BR> stars were hard to focus and looking like "blobs". Might be due to <BR> lack of technic at my side of course.<BR> <BR> Thanks for the images, and for advice.<BR> <BR> Tim <BR> <BR> </tt> <br> <tt> To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:<BR> tmboptical-unsubscribe@egroups.com<BR> <BR> </tt> <br> <br> <tt>Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to the <a href="http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/">Yahoo! Terms of Service</a>.</tt> </br>

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