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Old 30-09-2020, 07:53 AM
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IC 4603 revision

This is a revision of a previous post, i liked the framing but was never happy with it.
I hope this is an improvement. any comments welcome.


I must check my backfocus distance.



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Dark nebula are my thing at the moment.
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Old 30-09-2020, 08:47 AM
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Very nice, as I haven't had much experience with dark nebulas they always look good, but this is outstanding IMO.

I hope to consider capturing some more now.
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I must check my backfocus distance.
Yeah probably but it's not terrible ...looks to be a tad of tilt in there too actually

Still, a nice job George

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Old 30-09-2020, 06:16 PM
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That's a splendid close up. I've imaged the area at length and the details and colors are superb. One for the cool wall.
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That's a splendid close up. I've imaged the area at length and the details and colors are superb. One for the cool wall.
Thanks Marc, probably get more data next year before I consider printing it.

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Yeah probably but it's not terrible ...looks to be a tad of tilt in there too actually

Still, a nice job George

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Thanks Mike, how do you get rid of tilt when everything is screwed.
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Very nice, as I haven't had much experience with dark nebulas they always look good, but this is outstanding IMO.

I hope to consider capturing some more now.
Thanks Malcom
There’s plenty to choose from but around Antares and Corona Australis are my favourites.
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Thanks Mike, how do you get rid of tilt when everything is screwed.
Hmm yeah, looking at it again it does look mostly like it could be spacing, the top right just looked much worse than the other corners so that looks like tilt..but if everything is screwed, well, then...I guess, you are..?.. screwed nah, once the spacing is better any slight residual wonkiness will likely be pretty hard to see

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