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I have been using a Phillips SPC900NC to capture images of planets like Jupiter with reasonable success using Wxastrocapture and the settings as suggested in their user manual. Thus in Exposure neither Full auto or Auto exp. are ticked, and under Colours whether instead of Freeze the Outdoor, Auto or FL (what is that?) options might be better?

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