Tag Archives: UV-imaging

ZWO ASI1600MM-cool – UV imaging

One other thing I was interested to test out on the ASI1600MM-cool is its UV-imaging potential. This could be particularly useful bearing in mind its slightly larger sensor, for documenting the UV-pattern of flowers or of the human skin (bruises, sun-damage etc). I picked a Buttercup flower from my back garden and used this as my subject for testing its UV-imaging capability. Continue reading ZWO ASI1600MM-cool – UV imaging

ZWO ASI178MM-cooled UV-imaging

One of the areas of photography that I have an interest in, and wanted to test out of the ASI178MM-cooled for a while, is UV-imaging. That is imaging below 400nm wavelength, which is  invisible to normal human vision. Now it is unclear the response of the IMX178 Sony Starvis sensor to the light below 400nm, but I felt I needed to test this out, particularly as it does not have a Bayer Matrix to affect UV-transmission. But the big question I had was whether the AR window protecting the sensor would block deeper UV? Continue reading ZWO ASI178MM-cooled UV-imaging

Winter Jasmine

There seem to be quite a few winter jasmine flowers in bloom now. Does that mean it is winter already? Anyway, I thought I would pick one back to shoot indoors. I have photographed this flower before, but I thought it would be good to reshoot this in my indoor mini studio, particularly with my IDS2e filter. Continue reading Winter Jasmine