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Scroll to the bottom on the right hand side. There is a button that says "Remove Chromatic aberration"
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From: Steve <shzanki@...>
Date: 2021-10-21 10:27 a.m. (GMT-07:00)
Subject: Re: [ESPMC-Eight] Telescope Recommendations #iEXOS-100
Do you know how to eliminate chromatic aberration using Lightroom?
You can save a lot of money and weight by using a semi-apochromatic doublet refractor and reduce any aberration when processing the images
On Thu, Oct 21, 2021 at 9:01 AM Godfrey B <godash23@...
It's getting close to Christmas, and so far, I'm loving the iEXOS-100. Now I want to move forward with replacing my camera lens with an actual telescope. There's so many options on the market, so I'm having some trouble picking which one works. At the minimum, I'm looking for a refractor that can sit well with the base tripod; a widefield focal length (300mm+) with a budget close to 800$. At the time of me writing this, I was looking over the SharpStar 61EDPH II, but Cuiv's recent video about the refractor and chromatic aberration is giving me second thoughts. I was also looking at the Zenithstar 61, and the focal length is good, but the price point is extremely close to budget. If any of you can, I would love to hear what your thoughts are along with pictures of the set-up and any recommendations (either what was listed or otherwise).
Hoping to hear from you all soon!
Mount: IEXOS-100 with Polar Scope
Camera: Nikon D5300
Hardware: Raspberry Pi 4B, Amazon Fire HD 8, Rocksolar Weekender RS81
Software: Kstars, Ekos, Explorestars, Pixinsight
Scarborough, Ontario, Canada