It was an evening with Full Moon and forced to use my APS-C camera when i thought i could try to make a photo of Jupiter and its 4 Galilean Moons. One of the basic steps was, that i needed two videos. One with brightness fitting to Jupiter and one with brightness fitting to the Moons.
Both videos were then processed as usual in PIPP, AutoStackert and Registax. The final combination was done in Affinity Photo.
|Telescope||VIXEN VISAC VC200L|
|Erecting Lense||2,5x Televue Powermate|
|Camera||CANON EOS M100(a)|
|Movie resolution||1280×720, 50/s|
|Exposure-Time Lights||2x 25% out of 10.000 Frames|
|Post Processing Date||10.10.2022|
|Stacking, Integration||PIPP, AutoStackert|
|Post Processing Software||Registax|
|Image Editing||Affinity Photo|
|Capture Place||Koblenz, Germany|