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This is a reprocess of an image I already posted.
This time using Scot Rosens DSLR LLRGB process (my first effort with that) to try to pull out the faint nebulosity. I think I've probably over done it a bit but i think it is still amazing to see how much can be pulled out of even mediocre data.
EOS1100D (unmodded), Skywatcer Star Adventurer mount
Vintage Pentacon 135mm lens
30x 90s @ISO800, 21X 90s ISO1600, 30X 120s ISO800 (total 2hrs 15mins)
Around 30 flats, darks, dark flats and 80 bias for each set of lights
And here for comparison is the one i posted earlier,
I'll be having another go at this sometime so any suggestions on how to improve it would be greatly appreciated.
Scope: Skywatcher Evostar 80ED (SW 0.85 FR/FF) on a SW NEQ6Pro
Guiding; SW Evoguide 50ED, ASI 120mm mini
Meade 8" LX200 GPS on wedge (Guided with a cheapo 50mm guidescope and a ZWO ASI 120mm mini)
Meade series 4000 f0.63 FF/FR
Camera: Canon EOS 1100D (1 x Unmodded 1 X Ha modded)
Secondary mount: Skywatcher StarAdventurer
Vixen 7x42 binocs