Tag Archives: N.I.N.A.
I first imaged this supernova remnant back in 2005 using a modified web-cam. I tried again is 2012 with a DSLR: I was very pleased with the results then but my recent efforts (Dec 2021) are significantly better as they … Continue reading
This is a tricky target from my back yard, I only have about a 50-minute window between some trees to capture this. Imaged on a windy night the stars are not a great shape but I can live with that. … Continue reading
Comparison of ZWO 7nm Oiii (2018 version) versus Baader 6.5nm Narrow Band OIII Filter – CMOS Optimised (2021)
Earlier this year purchased a ZWO ASI1600mm Pro + 36mm 7-position filter-wheel complete with the LRGBNB filter set. The ZWO filters represent very good value and I have had a lot of fun with them. However, of the set the … Continue reading
This is was my first image of the 2021 season after a long break. It’s the result of two nights of roughly 1hr total for LRGB, 2hrs Ha and 5hrs Oiii. I’ve been practicing with methods to combine the images… LRGB subs … Continue reading
This is the Wizard Nebula. I’m told it is supposed to look like a wizard in a pointed hat and gown with open arms. I imaged this over two nights under very bad weather conditions and a bright moon. I … Continue reading
After cleaning and correctly(!) fitting my LRGB filters I decided to go a for a bright broadband target. Clouds, moon and poor seeing did not help but I managed about 45 mins each for RGB and Ha – shot with the ASI1600mm. … Continue reading