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NocturnalOne

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What causes this weird discoloration
« on: August 07, 2011, 03:59:32 PM »

Hi,

I was testing the new IMG0H drivers and the latest EZP and had my camera aimed at the chimney of my house. The sky is overcast and it's 7PM so it's not too bright out. It's a bit warm at around 25C. I took some shots that showed that the discoloration on the left and right of the image is gone. However this weird discoloration, which I noticed the other day for the first time is still there. As you can see my exposure length is really low and the pixels are dark, not white. It's like their values get zapped to zero.

I thought perhaps it was just the display gone haywire but saved images and movies show the same.


All the best,

  Sander

Takahashi EM-400 - Edge HD 1100 - HyperStar 3 - WO M110 - FR-III/TRF 2008
QHY-8, DSI, DSI-Pro, IMG0H mono, PC164 video
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All the best,

  Sander

Takahashi EM-400 - Edge HD 1100 - HyperStar 3 - WO M110 - FR-III/TRF 2008
QHY-8, DSI, DSI-Pro, IMG0H mono, PC164 video
PixInsight, Nebulosity, DeepSkyStacker, PaintShopPro X2, PHD