« Last post by Davids on April 26, 2017, 02:22:39 PM »
I picked up an ASI130MM camera recently to use for the eclipse in August. I figured I might as well practice on the moon also. My question regards exposure time vs. gain and how to avoid washing out the brightest features. I got this shot that turned out ok, but Copernicus and Aristarchus are over exposed and the other images I have during the same session that aren't just don't have the same detail (I know it could be seeing).
I'm using a C8 (note to self, get a Crayford focuser), AutoStakkert for Stacking, and Registax 6 for wavelet processing.
Any suggestions are very welcome.