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Offline tom886

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Re: Price
« Reply #15 on: 2018 December 21 02:48:03 »
Frankly, Pixinsight is a bargain!!!Starting from the possibilities it offers, the updates which come for free. Only downside, the huge learning curve, but it's worth it.I bought Pixinsight over 4 years ago, at that time was the old price, so I paid average 48 Euro per year.

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Re: Price
« Reply #16 on: 2018 December 21 04:35:56 »
Hi Tom,

Yes, the learning curve seems steep - but only if you try to get up the hill carrying a piano on your back.

It is also probably not as steep as learning to fly a Jumbo Jet (just that PixInsight is more accessible, and perhaps even more rewarding - whilst certainly not being anything like as dangerous  :police: )
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« Reply #17 on: 2018 December 21 14:59:02 »
People spend thousands of dollars on equipment to acquire images and then quibble about a couple of hundred dollars to process those expensively acquired images. I've never understood the logic behind that.

Here here! It has me utterly confused too.