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Originally posted by Hellhound604
reply to post by cry93
2 points to make.
1. try to make an adapter to hook the camera up to the telescope-eyepiece. a flat plate that attaches the camera to the telescope will do, you should have seen some of the contraptions I made long ago when I started out with astrophotography.
2. Look at software like registax (www.astronomie.be...), that allows you to take a movie, and then selects the best frames to compensate for atmospheric abberations, and do some sharpening and contrast stretching on it (registax can do both), and then sit back and enjoy your hobby.
Originally posted by Cohort
Good grief, everybodies so damn sarcastic, and smart ass. Cant someone just post something for the pleasure of sharing and getting constructive criticism.