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Old Apr 27, 2010, 9:20 PM   #1
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I shot this with the TCON17 mounted. I believe the TCON *may* have put a slight CA of a aquagreen on the top edge. So, I converted it to B&W.

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Old Apr 28, 2010, 2:19 AM   #2
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Looks really great and demonstrates well how film/digital lets you see what would be too bright for the human eye in a telescope.

I shot the moon tonight as well but I won't torture everyones eyes with the results. It was hazy here and that didn't help. I am using a S200EXR so I'm running a big lens disadvantage compared with your setup.

I did pickup a faint star to the left of the moon which you obviously wouldn't notice with the naked eye.

I used the same settings as you list on one of your early moon shots 1/50" F8. But mine is still very bright and fuzzy with no post processing. I think I should be doing better.

So does your shot have quite a bit of post processing?

Can you share the Exif info?

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Old Apr 28, 2010, 6:48 AM   #3
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Looks really great and demonstrates well how film/digital lets you see what would be too bright for the human eye in a telescope.

I shot the moon tonight as well but I won't torture everyones eyes with the results. It was hazy here and that didn't help. I am using a S200EXR so I'm running a big lens disadvantage compared with your setup.

I did pickup a faint star to the left of the moon which you obviously wouldn't notice with the naked eye.

I used the same settings as you list on one of your early moon shots 1/50" F8. But mine is still very bright and fuzzy with no post processing. I think I should be doing better.

So does your shot have quite a bit of post processing?

Can you share the Exif info?

Thanks.
Thanks, Staats. As I stated, I converted it to black & white due to a slight CA on the top edge. I cropped it about 25% and used a SMALL amount of USM.

File name: DSCF1069.JPG (Standard EXIF Tags)

>>> Interoperability <<<

Interoperability Version : 1.00
Interoperability Index : R98


>>> Embedded Thumbnail <<<

Y-Resolution : 72
YCbCr Positioning : Co-sited
X-Resolution : 72
Resolution Unit : inch
Orientation : top, left
JPEG Interchange Format Length : 2784
JPEG Interchange Format : 4128
Compression : JPEG (old-style)


>>> Image Information <<<

Y-Resolution : 72
YCbCr Positioning : Co-sited
X-Resolution : 72
Software : Digital Camera FinePix HS10 HS11 Ver1.01
Resolution Unit : inch
Processing Software : digiKam-1.2.0
Orientation : top, left
Model : FinePix HS10 HS11
Manufacturer : FUJIFILM
Image Width : 1060
Image Length : 983
Exif IFD Pointer : 374
Document Name : DSCF1069.JPG
Date and Time : 2010:04:27 21:58:27
Copyright : Gary J. Toth


>>> Photograph Information <<<

White Balance : Auto
Subject Distance Range : Unknown
Shutter speed : 1/315 s
Sharpness : Hard
Sensing Method : One-chip color area
Scene Type : Directly photographed
Scene Capture Type : Standard
Pixel Y Dimension : 983
Pixel X Dimension : 1060
Metering Mode : Spot
Max Aperture Value : F2.8
Light Source : Unknown
Interoperability IFD Pointer : 3980
ISO Speed Ratings : 100
Focal Plane Y-Resolution : 3441
Focal Plane X-Resolution : 3441
Focal Plane Resolution Unit : cm
Focal Length : 126.0 mm
FlashPix Version : 1.00
Flash : No, compulsory
File Source : Digital still camera
FNumber : F5.6
Exposure Time : 1/320 s
Exposure Program : Manual
Exposure Mode : Manual
Exposure Bias : 0 EV
Exif Version : 2.20
Date and Time (original) : 2010:04:27 21:58:27
Date and Time (digitized) : 2010:04:27 21:58:27
Custom Rendered : Normal process
Compressed Bits per Pixel : 4
Components Configuration : YCbCr
Color Space : sRGB
Brightness : 5.7
Aperture : F5.7
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