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Old 11-01-2014, 12:49 PM
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I will state the evidence again. My Astrodon R,G,B and HA filters are parfocal. The HA is 8 micron different to the RGB which are identical.

I took four sequential images of a non descript area with no bright stars or nebulosity. NOTHING changed apart from the four filters. Here are the four unstretched fit images only corrected for flats and darks.

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http://d1355990.i49.quadrahosting.co...RGBHA_TEST.zip

This data should give you the same numbers in CCDI.


It is a shock to the unprepared mind that the best filters on the planet also need to be very accurately orthogonal (better than one second of arc!) to the optic axis of a high quality fast astrograph such as the RH200 with the large chip on the PL16803 camera to get the 'best' stars in the corners.

Below is a small image of the test field.

I was hoping I was wrong! I just needed confirmation from others to see if I had made any logical errors. It is very difficult to change one's erroneous thinking when it is set like concrete.


Bert
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