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Bottletopburly

Flats quality

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Bottletopburly

Auto white balance AWB graham ,bear in mind the above screen shot is stretched in APT ,link is the picture file ,i have redone flats in AV mode this time as camera is permanently attached to frac in a box have not touched anything so i assume it is ok to redo flats  to use on the last few sessions data camera imaging train hasn't been altered .

2 hours ago, Graham said:

What White balance setting are you running that on David

flat in av mode https://photos.app.goo.gl/qLxQtg65N5SteFWS9 

av mode 2019-09-09 201326

 

 

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Graham

I was told to use Tungsten mode when using any astro modded canon.

Creates a much more even image.

It makes a heck of a difference.

Give it a try.

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55 minutes ago, Graham said:

I was told to use Tungsten mode when using any astro modded canon.

Creates a much more even image.

It makes a heck of a difference.

Give it a try.

Will do graham  thanks 

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