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    Default Jupiter rgb with my meade 12''



    Not my best image but a good start,

    I forgot to adjust the adc over time so have a bit of blue fringing.I found focusing a bit problematic ,i can't seem to find an overall adjustment in fire capture or sharpcap,ie once i have my filters focus points set i wish to have an offset function that will move all the points for each filter like in sgpro

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    Default Re: Jupiter rgb with my meade 12''

    It looks good, thank you for posting it
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    Default Re: Jupiter rgb with my meade 12''

    Wow that's really Great ! Thanks for sharing it
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    Default Re: Jupiter rgb with my meade 12''

    It would please me to take that image! It even shows some of that strange activity around the GRS that has been noted elsewhere.
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