Basic object information
Object name: NGC 4373 & IC 3290
Object type: Galaxies
Magnitude: 10.9 & 12.1
Size: 3.6'x2.6' & 2.0'x1.4'

Catalog information
RA (J2000.0): 12h 25m 17.7s
Dec (J2000.0): -39 45' 38"

Constellation: Centaurus

Observer: Iiro Sairanen
Obs. place: Pico de la Nieve (1900 m), La Palma, Spain
Date/Time: 30/31.3.2008 1:55

Telescope: Newton 110/805 mm

Magn: 115x

Filter:

Field: 43'

NE Lim.mag: 7.2

Background sky: 2

Seeing: 2

Height: 21
Visuality: II & IV
Weather: +7C, windy

NGC 4373 is pretty obvious galaxy which has somewhat brighter core-area. Meanwhile IC 3290 is much harder case; I picked its roundish haze out only with averted vision.