User images taken with SXVR-M25C cameras.

 

M42 by Alan Chen, using a 10" Newtonian + Paracorr (F4.58 equivalent). Processed from 45 x 2min frames.


M33 by Alan Chen, using a 10" Newtonian + Paracorr (F4.58 equivalent). Processed from 39 x 4min frames.
 

These images were all taken through a Takahashi FSQ106 with a Hutech light pollution filter and did not have any dark frames subtracted. Imaging conditions were quite poor, with considerable light pollution at my South of England site.

 

The 'Rosette' in Monoceros - a single 40 minute.

 

 

The 'Flaming Star' around AE Aurigae - a single 40 minute exposure.

 

The region around M52 and the 'Bubble' nebula' - a single 40 minute exposure.

 

IC1396 in Cepheus - a single 40 minute exposure.

 

 

Part of IC1318 and the 'Crescent' in Cygnus - a single 40 minute exposure.

 

 

NGC6992 - the Eastern Veil nebula in Cygnus - a single 40 minute exposure.

 

Would you like a single-shot colour imager, but also need to capture H-alpha images with it? The excellent red light sensitivity of the SXV-M25, combined with our special narrow-band processing software, can give you the best of both worlds! Here is an image of the 'PacMan' in Cassiopeia, taken with a 25nM wide H-alpha filter and a 30 minute exposure time on the FSQ106.