Last updated: 17 December 2005
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Subject: My Best Pic Saturn ETX 125 Sent: Wednesday, December 14, 2005 12:34:17 From: SiAnArA2u2@aol.com (SiAnArA2u2@aol.com) This is my best pic with my ETX 125 and my Digital Olympus C-725 Ultra Zoom on a ScopeTronix Ez-Pix II Universal adapter looking into a Parks 16mm in my backyard near Mobile AL. The camera was set im manual mode TIFF 1984x1488 1/8 sec. exposure at f2.8 ISO 400 WB auto hard sharpness contrast normal thats exactly how I did it I hope you like it. This is not the format you specified TIFF would not convert to JPEG on my pc sorry. THIS PICTURE IS NOT ENHANCED IN ANY WAY! Clear Skys Daniel Havard PS love the wed site
Subject: Mars photograph Sent: Sunday, September 18, 2005 12:24:43 From: y2craig (firstname.lastname@example.org) I used my Olympus digital camera with the ETX-90 to capture this version before the dew began building up (foggy enough where I was located) a week ago. Also used was the Scopetronix MaxView 40 eyepiece. It was just slightly touched up with Adobe Photoshop. Do the electronic dew prevention devices work better than the shields? I have the shield and dew still builds up ... enough. Thank you in advance. Best regards, Craig J. KopraMike here: They heat the element and the air right next to the element so they can reduce the occurrence of dew formation.
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