Had a long photography session this evening. Shot probably an hour's worth of AVI's. There is enough there to keep me busy for a few days. I'll post different areas of the moon that I had photographed in the next several days. However, not to leave you hanging, I'll put up a couple of images right now:
[Logitech Webcam C160]
Frame Rate (fps)=5.00
Colour Space / Compression=RGB24
Taken with the red filter.
Here is another from the same AVI with a little heavier processing and different stacking arrangement:
Processing done in Registax 6. No other processing was done on these images. There were 500 frames taken, and I cutoff to 95% quality.
One thing I will make mention before I forget: I did some work on the clock drive before these images were taken. One of the intermediate gears was loose and wobbling, which I tightened up, and the tracking shows much less movement now. I believe the clock drive is tweaked as best I can make it, the images were steady on the screen. Seeing was about a 6 on a scale of 0 to 10.
Here is an image from a different avi:
[Logitech Webcam C160]Resolution=640x480
Frame Rate (fps)=10.00
Colour Space / Compression=I420
There is less contrast on this one, it needs a little more work, but its too late tonight to work on it.