The other issue is that apparently SGP Status values are for a16 bit
sensors, and the word on the streets has it that we have to manually
convert the numbers for the actual 12 or 14 bit rate of a DSLR-type sensor.
How true is that?
Additionally, if I set my RAW capture in-camera to either 12 bit or 14 bit,
would that affect the images that are captured through SGP? I imagine all
that SGP does is get the camera to capture RAW file, internally open the
RAW file and insert shooting header in the file, close it and name it .fit
- is this a correct assumption?
It makes me winder why the actual sensor bit rate is not also included in
the header for software like PI to process accordingly. And maybe that
information is not critical?