Last updated: 29 February 2004
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Subject: First 1/4 moon photos ETX 90 Date: 2/29/04, 07:23 From: Joshua Cruey (Joshua.Cruey@comcast.net) I love your site! Thank you for all of the hard work you put in for fellow ETX/Meade enthusiasts. I have a couple of photos that I hope you will consider for your Lunar image gallery, I am quite proud of them. I took these photos last night. I live in Lake Mary, Florida and have an ETX-90RA. The camera I was using is an Toshiba PDR-2300. these pictures were taken by holding the camera up to an 32mm celestron plossl eyepiece. The camera was set on manual mode with an EV compensation of -1.8 with the flash off. The images were then color corrected with Paint shop Pro 8 to remove a yellowish cast. I also applied an unsharp mask. I look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely, Joshua Cruey
Subject: Astrophotography with ETX 125 using Toshiba Sent: Thursday, December 11, 2003 22:55:34 From: email@example.com (Lonnie Wege) Thanks for providing this site on this wonderful and captivating hobby of astronomy, I have had the ETX 125 for about 6 months now and have gone from 6 hours at a dark site without any hope of seeing much of anything to a backyard pier and testing various types of astrophotography. The moon shot was done with eye piece projection with a very nice deal ( $ 129 ) on a Toshiba PRD-3300 3.2 megapixel camera with manual settings of f 2.3 and a 1/250 second exposure. This camera has a bulb setting that will allow up to a 15 second exposure, unbelievable has fast the prices are falling on digital. The detail of the moon was much better than expected.
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