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Image quality setting in planetary mode?


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LiveView images are small JPGs. BYE cannot control that.

BYE sets the imaging quality based on how you have set the Quality value in the Image Capture area of the Settings dialog. Choices are "In-Camera", "RAW", "RAW+JPG", and "JPG". If you select "In-Camera" BYE does not change the setting before imaging. The value should then be what you have set in the cameras menu for Image Quality. From my testing this is not affected switching between Frame & Focus, Planetary, and Imaging.

 

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LiveView Planetary Imaging isn't even "Small", but rather a 1024x560 or 1024x680 (depending on DSLR Model) Image derived from the actual 5x-Zoom LiveView Feed to the back of the Camera.

BYE uses this because it produces a 1:1 Pixel Ratio output from the Sensor, and supplies it multiple Frames/Sec without actuating the Shutter or Mirror Box.

"Small JPG" images would be a heavily interpolated Image where each Image Pixel would be the blend of 20-30 Sensor Pixels - losing all the Fine Detail desired from Planetary Imaging.

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