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Thursday, 10 February 2011

Nikon D80 DSLR vs. video camera Sony CX105

With Sony CX105 HD  capture                                                              -click to enlarge
With Nikon D80 1/100,iso 1250 9.02.2011 19:53 cu telescope 8",hyperyon 10mm-click to enlarge

With Sony CX105 09.02.2011 18:00 cu telescope 8" newtonian   -click to enlarge

Cu Nikon D80 1/50,iso 320 09.02.2011 19:58 cu telescop 8",hyperyon 10mm-click to enlarge

With Sony CX105 09.02.2011  18:00  telescope 8" newtonian   -click to enlarge

With Nikon D80 1/100,iso 1250 09.02.2011 19:53 telescope 8",hyperyon 10mm-click to enlarge
The difference between a video capture made with a camera that shoots HD and a photograph taken with Nikon D80 DSLR is quite big.How I said in other articles, video camera I have, is much better than DSLR Why I came to this conclusion?
      With Nikon as photos made when shutter is open, so remains.On video, you can choose the frame for a snapshot, or you can process a large number of frames for processing in registax.
       In processing with registax, the photos taken with DSLR , must be made in such a way that craters must be all in the same position when you make pictures, because if you don't do so, in the alignment in registax , the square (the area chosen for alignment) is lost among other craters, running everywhere; alignment is impossible. Of course those who have a motorized telescope does not have such problems, the photos are made the same point, one after another.
      I do not know if you agree with mine.Anyway, starting last night I advanced in astrohotography problem with Nikon, but many gaps still remain,and questions.

     For those who have the passion astrophotography:
It is easier with a video camera or a DSLR?
With that camera you like the results?
Which kind of photos are more convenient for you to process in registax for example?
Registax photo processing with a DSLR is only possible if the pictures were done on a motorized telescope?
Sony CX105
Photographer: Victor Lupu
Optics: Celestron C8-N telescope, plossl 20mm, 2x Barlow
Mount: C5
Filter: No
Date: 09/02/2011
Location: Baia Mare, Romania
Exposure Details: -
Processing: 10 Sony Vegas, video snapshots

-with Nikon D80
Photographer: Victor Lupu
Telescope: Celestron C8-N (CELESTRON Newtonian)
Mount: C5
Ocular: Hyperion 10mm, 2x Barlow
Camera: Nikon D80, Hyperion adapter, Nikon T Ring
Filter: No
Date: 09/02/2011
Location: Baia Mare, Romania

   Next post will be about the star Rigel with pictures made last night


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