New Dual setup working....
In order to maximise imaging time, I have now got a dual setup for the shorter focal length..... Two Takahashi FSQ85's and two Kodak 8300 chip camera's. The idea is that if there's 10 hours of dark, with each camera pointing at the same place in the sky, I will get 20 hours of data .....
3/9/2016 02:29:29 pm
Wow Sarah - expensive stuff there! Fabulous pictures on your website and fascinating to read how you do your stuff :)
20/9/2016 04:15:26 pm
Thanks Steve for looking! I'm glad that you enjoyed the website :)
14/9/2016 04:20:15 pm
Not your work. All a front.. your husbands work!!! Typical cover
14/9/2016 05:44:15 pm
Instead of trolling my work and making false accusations, I would be more than happy to enter into discourse with you regarding exactly what evidence you have for defaming my work and my character..... Instead of hiding behind anonymity of the internet, please do feel free to email me ..... I know of one person who has said such things to others about me and has never had the guts to mention it to my face as he knows that it's totally false... so perhaps that is you?
22/2/2017 02:08:20 pm
Get a life mate!
18/9/2016 05:45:55 pm
Hi Sara - this set up looks great and a real photon hoover. I keep checking in to your site eager to see the first fruits of the dual rig . . . hope you're making progress!
20/9/2016 04:14:27 pm
Cheers Barry - Progress has been up and down I think it's fair to say LOL!!
25/7/2017 03:33:39 pm
Hi Sara, question: you've had quite some time with this dual setup- has it worked out in practice as well as you'd hoped in theory? 10 hrs of exposure on a sensor vs 20 hrs exposure on same sensor(theoretical)? I'm Looking into a similar setup with 2 DSLR's that I have with identical sensors.
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Sara Wager is an astrophotographer with published articles and images to her name