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Posts Made By: Gary McCraney

July 17, 2003 03:42 PM Forum: CCD Imaging and Processing/Solar System

Mars and the Moon

Posted By Gary McCraney

This is my first pic so let me know what you think.
I did this under heavy cloud cover. I got a break between Tstorms so here it is.

August 13, 2003 12:50 AM Forum: CCD Imaging and Processing/Solar System

Need more Mars Pics

Posted By Gary McCraney

Here in North Carolina we cant see the Moon and Mars I dont know were to look anymore. Rain rain rain. Keep up the good work it looks like the only way I will see it is here.
Thanks Gary

August 17, 2003 04:50 AM Forum: Equipment Talk

Need some help!!

Posted By Gary McCraney

I have a black & white, Bausch & Lomb CCD camera cat. no 42-12-70. This unit was part of a microscope optical system, also have the flip-mirror. Can't find any info, has anyone used this before, will it work for astrophotography, and stuff like it? Thanks Gary

October 22, 2003 06:12 AM Forum: Equipment Talk

Frame Grabbers

Posted By Gary McCraney

I am looking for any info on video frame grabbers.
Low cost high performane. What makes a good one?
Thanks
Gary

March 1, 2003 04:25 AM Forum: Equipment Talk

Siebert Optics Eyepieces

Posted By Gary McCraney

Hi Kurt, I have two eyepieces (26mm & 3.9mm)of Siebert's both are good. My 3.9mm 1.25" format is of the new stardard design. It works great in my 8"F6 dobs(x307). Harry is a vary nice guy that works hard to make good stuff. I would say give him a try.

December 3, 2003 05:27 AM Forum: Equipment Talk

Re: Amateur Astronomy & Amateur Radio?

Posted By Gary McCraney

Hi Ed,
Congratulations.Got my first ticket 1976 (WB3HVL)
Now its NC2O, I build all my radio antennas, electronic dodads and most of my telescope stuff. Its great fun. Its funny how optics and electronics have a lot of the same do's and dont's. "Dont put your finger on that!!", "You make fine adjustments with that knob." Have fun and good luck.

73's de NC2O
Gary McCraney