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Gregg Crenshaw's Photo Gallery


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Gregg Crenshaw, long time member of the ACA, has served the Club in many capacities.    
Venus Transiting the Sun, early morning of 6/8/2004.
Equipment used: 8" Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescope working at f/30
Off-axis Energy Rejection Filter used was a .7 Angstrom Daystar T-Scanner Hydrogen Alpha filter
Astrovid 2000 Video Camera feeding a four head VHS VCR.
This still image was captured from video tape using a Toshiba Six Head VHS VCR and a Pinnacle Studio PCTV capture card. The captured image was gamma corrected and edited with Paint Shop Pro 5.0
The original video and editing was all performed by Gregg Crenshaw
     
Solar Prominence. Taken 10/11/1999
Equipment used: 8" Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescope working at f/30
Off-axis Energy Rejection Filter used was a .7 Angstrom Daystar T-Scanner Hydrogen Alpha filter
Astrovid 2000 Video Camera feeding a four head VHS VCR.
This still image was captured from video tape using a Toshiba Six Head VHS VCR and a Pinnacle Studio PCTV capture card. The captured image was gamma corrected and edited with Paint Shop Pro 5.0
The original video and editing was all performed by Gregg Crenshaw
     
 

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