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I'm just getting my feet wet with BYE and planetary imaging with my prime focus Canon 60 Da. I'd appreciate any advice on settings in BYE Planetary mode. So far things look pretty good in my moon images, though I need to get Color Temperature figured out. I used the default 0K setting and got a fairly blue Moon, even though it was not a Blue Moon. Any suggestions on what color temperature works well?
I also took a crack at Jupiter during my dusk to dawn imaging session Thursday night. I had the camera set at 100 ISO, but still came up with a wobbly saturated blob. Any suggestions on how to remedy this? Will 60 FPS do the trick?
Thanks for any advice.
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