Astrophotography Time Lapce using CHDK - blog post

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Astrophotography Time Lapce using CHDK - blog post
« on: 15 / August / 2009, 19:27:17 »
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Hi all,

I just wrote on my blog a post about CHDK
I used it during the last meteor shower to try and catch them, and also made animations of moving stars.
Here are the animations

Hope enjoy it
Guy
« Last Edit: 22 / August / 2009, 06:15:37 by guysoft42 »
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Re: Astrophotography Time Lapce using CHDK - blog post
« Reply #1 on: 15 / August / 2009, 21:43:42 »
Wow, how did you manage to get that much ampglow in some of your videos? What exposure did you use?

Re: Astrophotography Time Lapce using CHDK - blog post
« Reply #2 on: 15 / August / 2009, 22:56:15 »
Very interesting!

Thanks fo share

Re: Astrophotography Time Lapce using CHDK - blog post
« Reply #3 on: 16 / August / 2009, 03:07:40 »
Wow, how did you manage to get that much ampglow in some of your videos? What exposure did you use?
If by ampglow you mean the light at the top edge of the frame. Then I have a bad feeling its the chip warming up from long exposure times and the intensity of them. Also there might have been light pollution
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Re: Astrophotography Time Lapce using CHDK - blog post
« Reply #4 on: 16 / August / 2009, 08:28:56 »
Hi, I get a page load error. Anyone else have problems?
If not actually, then potentially.

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Re: Astrophotography Time Lapce using CHDK - blog post
« Reply #5 on: 16 / August / 2009, 11:48:16 »
If by ampglow you mean the light at the top edge of the frame. Then I have a bad feeling its the chip warming up from long exposure times and the intensity of them. Also there might have been light pollution

Yes, but the ampglow should only happen with really long exposures, like 2+ minutes or more, so that's why I asked what exposure you used.

Re: Astrophotography Time Lapce using CHDK - blog post
« Reply #6 on: 16 / August / 2009, 16:33:42 »
If by ampglow you mean the light at the top edge of the frame. Then I have a bad feeling its the chip warming up from long exposure times and the intensity of them. Also there might have been light pollution

Yes, but the ampglow should only happen with really long exposures, like 2+ minutes or more, so that's why I asked what exposure you used.

Have no way to explain that.. you can see the code I used.

@rt, Here its fine, and I am getting a lot of traffic. Is it ok now?
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Re: Astrophotography Time Lapce using CHDK - blog post
« Reply #7 on: 16 / August / 2009, 19:10:54 »
I'd guess you had dark frame subtraction off.
Don't forget what the H stands for.


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Re: Astrophotography Time Lapce using CHDK - blog post
« Reply #8 on: 18 / August / 2009, 06:53:32 »
If by ampglow you mean the light at the top edge of the frame. Then I have a bad feeling its the chip warming up from long exposure times and the intensity of them. Also there might have been light pollution

Yes, but the ampglow should only happen with really long exposures, like 2+ minutes or more, so that's why I asked what exposure you used.

Have no way to explain that.. you can see the code I used.

@rt, Here its fine, and I am getting a lot of traffic. Is it ok now?

Still not working for me unfortunately.
I get a page load error using Firefox.
If not actually, then potentially.

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Re: Astrophotography Time Lapce using CHDK - blog post
« Reply #9 on: 18 / August / 2009, 07:24:27 »
The link in the first posting is broken. It should be http://guysoft.wordpress.com/about/videos-of-sky/

 

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