On 5/12/2020 12:17 PM, Mike Gordon via olympus wrote:
Yep, the lack of contrast is no longer an issue. Which new tools?
Topaz AI Denoise AI 20 0 10
Topaz Sharpen AI Stabilize 35 22
Topaz Sharpen AI Focus 35 20
Then the usual LCE, Levels, Curves, with a masked layer of the sky on top, to
cover the LCE edge blooming.
I did not publish a 100% sample with prior processing.
I think my Celestron 750/6 needs to be adjusted.
Ah, I see.
"In the Celestron lens, the primary mirror is moved, sliding along the central baffle tube. This is accomplished with
an off axis screw system that can cause the mirror to slightly shift or wobble as it moves along the baffle tube. This
is known as mirror flop and can affect image quality if the primary mirror position becomes slightly out of
collimation. Unlike other mirror lenses, the Celestron secondary mirror has screws that allow you to adjust mirror
Evidence that this has happened? Other than apparently crappy pix? There are so many factors that can hurt IQ, that it
might be worth testing with ideal gear, conditions and technique?
Out of the Dust Moose
What if the Hokey Pokey *IS* what it's all about?
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