Another Jupiter. There is a catastrophic lack of time to shoot, the planet too quickly disappears behind a neighbor tree. Nevertheless, it was possible to catch 5 quite good videos from 18.
Also after shooting with a monochrome camera and color filters, I noticed that the image from the color camera was less saturated, and the colors themselves were “dirty”. Most likely, this is caused by a lack of signal in the red and blue channels. When processing I decided to add a little saturation to them, but the green channel remained unchanged.
-Celestron NexStar 8 SE
-Barlow lens cell NPZ 2x
-filter ZWO IR-cut
-camera ZWO 290 MC (50 fps)
Processing: PIPP, Autostakkert (1000 frames from 3000), Registax 6, WinJUPOS (5 videos).
Location: Russia, Anapa, backyard.
Also tested the ZWO ADC corrector with a monochrome camera and a blue filter. The result confirmed my guess – for the RGB shooting of low-lying objects, the dispersion corrector is required. Altitude was 19 degrees.
In the CH4 line, everything is pretty bleak, even with the ADC corrector.