The Maia Nebula@Subaru (マイア星雲) NGC1432

First light
1.Player One Artemis-M Pro (IMX492)
2.Antlia Vseries L filter

I went to the observatory over the weekend to install new equipment that was delivered the other day.
Altemis-M Pro uses Sony's IMX294M for CMOS. Player One lists it as IMX492.
ASI294MC Pro, ASI294MM Pro, QHY294C Pro, and this time Plyer One Artemis-M Pro.
This is the 4th generation IMX294.
I was thinking of purchasing IMX571-M this time, but after thinking about various things, I ended up purchasing IMX294 again.
ASI294MM does not have a Dew Heater, and the USB hub on the back is defective, making it unusable. I made it Player One to clear it.
This is the third generation of Player One's CMOS, but it has less noise than other companies.
I bought Antlia's L filter because I wanted to reduce HALO. I'm still not sure if HALO has decreased, but it's still sharp. Star spikes and nebula patterns come out beautifully. This surprised me. This surprised me. I also want to change the RGB filter to the V series.

Altemis-M ProはCmosにSonyのIMX294Mを利用している。Player One ではIMX492と記載されている。
ASI294MC Pro,ASI294MM Pro,QHY294C Pro,そして今回のPlyer One Artemis-M Pro。
ASI294MMはDew Heaterが無く、背面のUSB Hubが不良で使い物にならない。それをクリアするためにPlayer Oneにした。
Player OneのCMOSもこれが3代目になるが、他社に比べノイズが少ない。
Antlia のLフィルターはHALOを減らしたくて購入した。HALOが減ったかどうかイマイチまだ解らないが、ともかくシャープだ。星のスパイクや星雲の模様が綺麗に出てくる。これは驚いた。RGBのフィルターもVシリーズに変えたくなってきた。

Place: Astropical@CSky Observatory (Bortle Class 3, Moon Phase 14.7%)
Shot Date:11th / Feb / 2024 21:40 (UTC+7)
TS TSRC10T Carbon Truss + Reducer x 0.67 (250mm F/5.3 f/1340mm)
Filter:  Antlia Vseries L filter , SVbony RGB set
L: 60X 30Secs Total 30minute
R: 20X 30Secs Total 10minute
G: 20X 30Secs Total 101minute
B: 20X 30Secs Total 10minute

Total 1 hour

Palette: Target  L-RGB
              Star L-RGB
Gain: 150 , Offset 10
CCD: Player One Artemis-M Pro Bin2
Mount :iOptron CEM70G
De-Rotator : Wanderer Mini V2 (90 Deg) North-Left
Guide: SVBony 60mm F/4, QHY290C.
Controler: NINA Dither, PHD2
Pre-Processing APP Drizzle None
Post-Processing PI,PS
Shot By Taro Seki