- November 13, 2011 at 10:53 am #1453Pete WalentinNew MemberJoin Date: Jul 2011Posts: 195Offline
The following picture is made with the 120mm out of 28 pictures stacked with Helicon Focus. The result in 100% is okay, but away from perfect. It has some issues but I guess this is a pretty hard job for the software. But the 120mm is amazing.
Does someone have experience with Helicon and know how to avoid the blurry areas you can see in the crop?
- November 13, 2011 at 9:36 pm #1466constableNew MemberJoin Date: Oct 2011Posts: 59Offline
I use Helicon a lot. I have never used 28 images to stack. I usually max at 8.
I presume you were on a tripod and rail. If not you have no real chance. S2 files give the programme a headache at the best of times.
My favoured approach at the moment is not to change the focal plane directly but to move the camera on the rail.
With my Nikons I use the Helicon focus control software, but that is a no-no for the S2
Nice image anyway
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