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Very nice meteor on the allsky


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Yep, just a matter of experimenting until you're happy.

My offset is set to 300:

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The gain is 180 for 45 second exposures - I may drop the gain down and up the exposure to 60 seconds, leaving the offset where it is. It's very easy to go over the edge and saturate the edge where the sky is typically at it's brightest, especially when the transparency is poor, it washes out a lot.

Mine's still undergoing lots of testing, it's far from 'finished'.

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14 minutes ago, Jonk said:

Yep, just a matter of experimenting until you're happy.

My offset is set to 300:

image.png.efccc832c6516e4319aecd1ab077c737.png

The gain is 180 for 45 second exposures - I may drop the gain down and up the exposure to 60 seconds, leaving the offset where it is. It's very easy to go over the edge and saturate the edge where the sky is typically at it's brightest, especially when the transparency is poor, it washes out a lot.

Mine's still undergoing lots of testing, it's far from 'finished'.

No problem, I think I'll stick with what I have at the minute and keep an eye on it.

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