The Revolution Imager has great sensitivity in the Hydrogen-Alpha range and so makes a great companion for your Solar Telescope and as owners of Hydrogen-Alpha Solar telescopes know, it takes some practice to really see solar detail in these telescopes, which makes the Revolution Imager a great tool for solar astronomy outreach. The settings below were tested on an Coronado 40mm single-stack Personal Solar Telescope (PST.) When using the Revolution Imager with a Coronado, do not use the supplied focal reducer as the camera will not come to focus with it attached in the PST.
WARNING: The settings below will allow you to see solar features ONLY IN A SOLAR TELESCOPE EQUIPPED WITH A HYDROGEN-ALPHA FILTER. These settings WILL NOT allow you to see any solar features on a regular astronomical telescope and attempting to point your regular astronomical telescope at the Sun without the correct safety equipment IS EXTREMELY DANGEROUS and will cause PERMANENT EYE DAMAGE AND DAMAGE TO YOUR EQUIPMENT
Revolution Imager R2
Thank you to Revolution Imager R2 John Graham for the following recommended settings for the Revolution Imager R2 when using a Coronado PST H-a Telescope!
2 FLD (for prominences)
1/2000 for Photosphere
MAX 6 DB