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Flats should be taken at the lowest native ISO of your camera. They do not have to be identical to the lights or darks.

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what about an OSC H?
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Old 08-08-2015, 07:27 PM
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what about an OSC H?
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ISO can only really be changed on a DSLR so it doesn't have any effect on a OSC astro-camera.
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ISO can only really be changed on a DSLR so it doesn't have any effect on a OSC astro-camera.
yes i was not sure if H knew we were only talking osc
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Sorry about that, guys. I mistakenly reconciled OSC with DSLR.

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