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ZWO ASI178MM-cooled – UV imaging (part 2)

Having tested the ZWO ASI178MM-cooled for UV imaging, and found that it is very capable for such invisible band imaging, I decided to take it to the next level of testing to see what are the limits to its capabilities. My subject is the more well known Dandelion flower which I had picked from my back garden. This flower has been imaged many times in UV, so it is sort of a reference flower for UV imaging. Continue reading ZWO ASI178MM-cooled – UV imaging (part 2)

UV: flowers in ambient light

Now I do like taking photos of flowers indoors, as it allows me to be in control of the various settings including pose of the flower. But sometimes I do like to shoot flowers in the garden using ambient light. Clearly this involves the use of a tripod and wired remote control to prevent any shake. Also, it is preferable not to have any wind to cause movement blur of the flower. Continue reading UV: flowers in ambient light