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I took images/video in planetary mode (not using 5x zoom, I was taking images of the ISS as my telescope tracked it and want to calculate how far off center it is from the center of my images to get a sort of "tracking error") using a Canon EOS Rebel T5 1200d. The resolution of the resulting images is 1056x704. The full resolution for the camera is 5184x3456. Does this mean the images are just compressed and that the pixels are binned or is BackyardEOS taking a subframe such that the field of view is smaller? I want to calculate the number of arcseconds per pixel, so this is critical for me.
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