DSLR Planet Imaging How-To

Availiable from Jerry Lodriguss


Jerry Lodriguss
The new CD-ROM book A Guide to DSLR Planetary Imaging by Jerry Lodriguss ($39.95) explains how to capture and process high-resolution images of the Sun, Moon, and planets by recording high-definition video with a Canon DSLR camera. Learn how to use “lucky imaging” techniques to record sunspots, tiny lunar craters, and subtle detail on the planets. The book is written in HTML and can be viewed with any web browser on both Mac and PC computers. It also includes a glossary of planetary-imaging terms, a built-in search engine, imaging formulas and calculators, and video tutorials on processing planetary images. See the author’s website for additional details.

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