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Toucam Modded and Unmodded Question

Hi Guys,

hmmmmm, anyway was wondering whats the difference between modded and non modded toucam for planetary imaging? I only see that the modded toucam is used only for the deep sky stuff?

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That's exactly right. The modded Toucam allows you to do long exposures. You don't need long exposures for planetary imaging.

The standard ToUcam is just fine for planetary.
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