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Old 23-11-2017, 07:11 PM
Andrew_Campbell (Andrew)
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Cooled CMOS advantages

Sorry for the potentially thick question, folks. I'm thinking of getting a cooled CMOS camera (ZWO 1600 Mono Pro or the like). Would I be correct in assuming that I can run a packet of darks, etc, at a set cooled temp, and so long as the image I'm taking is at the same temp and exposure length, can roll out the same darks time and time again?

Ie, have a pre-generated folder of 500x 30 second -10 deg C, and throw them into every 30 second -10deg c light capture I use?

Too simplistic?
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