Unlike 1st MFA, 2nd one doesn’t require any tool. See how it can be set.
Primary tester – Dave Kodama created the tutorial video showing the actual image result.
Lower the sun, flatter its shape. Since Hinode detecting the full disk image, it results in getting slightly shifting.
The software works with Windows Vista, 7 and 8.
Since LPS-D1 was released end of last year, we already shipped very good number of units in short period. As expected, D1 filter is getting very popular these days. Thanks for choosing D1 filters.
Now new MFAs are available. New version doesn’t require any tool. Like 1st generation FF-type, it is the friction setting again. Following is the built-in D1 MFA (Part # LPS-D1-EOS). It fits any Canon APS-C sensor cameras. This is more cost-effective way because of one-frame.
And 2nd generation of MFA is available as part # MFA37. This 37mm-threaded frame allows to set any IDAS 37mm filter like previous version. But no tool and no screw to be used.
Enjoy astro imaging with premium quality of IDAS filters.
BORG 50/f2.8, expected to be released this summer, should give us high quality pictures as well as the fun to use camera manually.
This configuration allows to reach the focus from the infinity to 1m distance. Longer helical focuser – 7842 and 7841 make the closer. But we lose the infinity instead. So 7840 should be best overall.
As one of Fuji X users, I believe BORG optics and Fuji X-Trans sensor along with imaging processor should be perfect match. As shown, this creates clean and color depth. X camera doesn’t [positively at least for me] show crisp sharp edge (generally shown at JPEG by most of other brands). But well resolved and the details are fully reproduced even at high ISO. Maybe I can say looking soft but well resolved. Current EVF makes manual focusing quite easy and fun.
Long-time BORG user – Pavel Pech sent his recent gorgeous image.
Spring has come in Japan. Cherry blossom is the classic sign the winter is over.
I was told this great tree stands up at the residential backyard!! Size looks the national monument level.
All were taken by Noboru Nakagawa. What beauty they are!!
I notice there are two solar eclipses this year. Although partial one is quite common, it looks visible almost entire North America.
Control software is currently being brushed up. Screen shows the sun position, each correction log as graph and also allows you to manually control the mount motors for initial the sun’s centering. So you will be able to fully control Hinode SG as well as the imaging camera from your regular desk.
These are nice bird pictures taken through different BORGs.
First, these are taken by a professional wildlife photographer – Rei Ohara.
His blog shows how he is carrying 89ED and all of his rigs including camera. This is the comfortable backpack-capable 600mm telephoto lens. As mentioned several times here, the combination of BORG and Fuji camera reproduces great color depth. This image shows that too.