Got some footage from the camera,was trying jupiter ,on video you can see jupiter and its moons,ok no definition on jupiter,and the moons come and go,,deffo need a scope,,mak 180 or something to get something,,on the imaging side yes we have improvement,jupiter and moons clear so pos stacking may draw out some detail.this is still testing before I try astro toaster but heading in right direction.
__________________________________________ Ken James - Snake Valley Australia CAMERAS: Samsung SCB-4000, Mallincam Xtreme & Xterminator, 3 different Revolution Imagers, 2 ToUcams, SX-5c, Canon 350d, 2 different IMX224's (an RI & RT) and an RT178. Broadcaster on NSN as 'Snake Valley Australia' HERE --> www.nightskiesnetwork.com/ - Video Astronomy Website: ballaratman.wix.com/videoastronomy
paid for full version of backyard eos $50 = just under 37 gbp,i think its a bargain for what you get,and plenty of support via the website,ok there are a lot of freeware software about and we are all loving these,but paying for something every now and then cant be too bad. i have downloaded deep sky stacker,astrotoaster and registax 6..so its a case of knitting it all together now,if i get the money together soon, i may skip the heq5 and just invest in the neq6 synscan,ok its a bit heavier for lugging up three flights of stairs but in the long run it will be future proofed for and bigger scopes i may purchase in years to come.and im not exactly a 11 stone weakling lol