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    Default Jupiter Rotation Time-Lapse



    Jupiter rotation within 1 hour 20minutes. Total 48 frames in this GIF animation. each frame is an image created from 90 second video.
    each video has 4500 frames at 50fps, best 70% stacked. total 153GB raw data captured on 14th July 2019

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    Default Re: Jupiter Rotation Time-Lapse

    Wow very nice your really good at this


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    Default Re: Jupiter Rotation Time-Lapse

    very nice!m what f ratio are you at ?, i assume you used your adc as well,it is dialed in well
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    Default Re: Jupiter Rotation Time-Lapse

    Wow, that's spectacular!
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    Fantastic footage of the planet!
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    Nice work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yobbo89 View Post
    very nice!m what f ratio are you at ?, i assume you used your adc as well,it is dialed in well
    I have used the ADC but i dont think i'm using it correctly. not sure why it has a level? also when i'm using it, i get better images when livers are arranged fully backward. i don't think thats how it should work. i get slightly less CA when using it but don't see a quality improvement. didn't have much time to play with it yet.

    F ratio is nearly 6.5X i think with the ADC, 5x powermate change the magnification with distance to camera. its cropped above.
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    Default Re: Jupiter Rotation Time-Lapse

    OK cool, for best results the adc should go into the Barlow with your camera into the adc, the bubble level is to adjust the adc to earth's horizon the prisms needs to be alighned parallel to the atmosphere dispersion , having both the levers inline with each other will set it in the neutral position, if you are using an alt az mount then you don't have to change the relative alignment to the horizon over time, just the ammount with the levers, on an eq mount you will have to adjust over the course of the night both the level and levers.

    As having the Barlow far out away from the camera will induce different magnification Firecap will log the correct focal length of the scope, you might want to use a lower barlow magnification when having it further away from the cmos/ccd.

    Firecapture also has an adc adjustment feature to alighn the dispersion correction

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    That’s some great detail. Well done!
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