Re: Astrodon 6nm Ha filter + ST10XME = low signal!?!
Dithering is a method to offset each frame a few pixels so that hot
pixels don't overlap when combining, for example. This helps to
ensure that these artifacts get "averaged out". Several data
acquisition programs, like Maxim, CCDAutoPilot, CCDCommander, do
this automatically for you.
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>that before at least a few months of usage though... This was the
> Thanks Rick and Don,
> I will bake the dessicant: I just thought I would not need to do
second time the new camera went out!
>during data acquisition"... Can you elaborate a little bit on that?
> Also, I don't really understand the term "dithered your frames
Forgive my candid question!
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