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Messier 17 Bursts With Color Thanks to Mallincam Jr Pro

19 May 2014, 16:58 UTC
Messier 17 Bursts With Color Thanks to Mallincam Jr Pro
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Messier 17 - The Swan Nebula / Omega Nebula. Taken with the Mallincam Jr Pro, with 35 secs of exposure.I'm going to be putting up more and more images from the first few evenings spent with the Mallincam Jr Pro that I recently picked up, and of course share a bit more about the results. In addition, you can rest assured a review too in the camera, but with the astro-video, I'm learning that there is quite a bit of variables that can influence your live image, so I will need considerably more time to put the Jr Pro through its paces than perhaps a standard CCD, but more on that in future posts. I thought I would tease you all here with one of my best images done with the camera in the next series of blog posts. Now when I say image, I don't mean a series of exposures, stacked and then processed with a couple of different programs. Oh no, the purpose after all with these video cameras is the "real time" viewing capability, nothing I'm not really new too, but certainly the software and the hardware capabilities of the Mallincam deserve a lot more time to ...

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