I’ve recently moved from BYEOS to SGPro acquisition software so I’m still learning about SGPro and what it can do. But over the last few nights I’ve noticed SGPros raw images that are captured have been darker (less sky objects) then what I captured through BYEOS. So I’m assuming I don’t have the SGPro settings correct.
Here’s my test results;
- I captured 10 images of the double cluster and stacked them with DSS using BYEOS then SGPro.
- I brought each of the stacked images into PS-CC and converted them to JPG files (see attached).
- From these unaltered stacked images you can see the difference. Using PS I can brighten the SGPro image and bring out more stars but I draw out many more stars using the BYEOS stacked image.
I notice the same difference (in lack of brightness) in real-time when capturing each of the images on the BYEOS vs SGPro displays.
What am I overlooking in my setup?