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(@dhkim)
White Dwarf Customer
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September 5, 2019 21:50  

Hi guys

I'm currently planning to work on multi cameras and optics projects.

The data is like this:

Wide field frames around Alfirk in the Cepheus using 100mm lens and Nikon D810

Some objects in the field of view of the wide filed image:

LDN1235 - 530mm and Nikon D810 (4.88 micron)

Iris nebula - 1120mm and Nikon D810 (4.88 micron)

VDB152 - 612mm and QSI683 LRGB (5.4 micro)

 

Do you think that it is possible to integrate them together?

I'm quite new to this type of projects.

It will be super helpful if someone can help me to figure out the best work flow for projects like this.

 

Thank you!

Donghun

 

 


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(@vincent-mod)
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September 5, 2019 22:06  

Yes that should be possible. Have a look at this result which is a integration of data of all kinds of users together; this is the kind of setting where APP shines in having best-in class calibration. You will need calibration files for all situations, you can go through the integration and correction process for each scope/sensor, then combine those end-results with each other.

Combination of 4 people.

 

This post was modified 2 months ago by Vincent Groenewold - Moderator

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(@dhkim)
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September 5, 2019 22:11  

Hi Vincent

Do you usually put all the subs together from the beginning and go through the whole process or integrate each group separately and register/integrate them again separately (similar to mosaic?)?

 

Thank you!

Donghun

 


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(@vincent-mod)
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September 5, 2019 22:58  

If your system can handle it you can combine them and it would (I think) create a better result. But memory will be a problem I think, so then I would combine 2 datasets first and combine the results later.


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(@dhkim)
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September 5, 2019 23:48  

@vincent-mod

Thank you Vincent.


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