82° ISS PASS With Nikon Coolpix P1000
Taken by Sylvain Weiller on May 18, 2019 @ Jerusalem, Israel
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A very nice pass !
I made a big mistake when capturing with the P1000 : I forgot to set Manual Video mode :(
Then the ISS is a lot over-exposed !
Nevertheless - and it is why I post this image - it is strange to see that not all the solar panels are in the Sun !
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Hello Sylvain, I see you like to image in color. The ZWO ASI174MC Color and momo CMOS Imaging Camera - USB 3.0 has GLOBAL SHUTTER This is best for ISS imaging I think. Not Rolling Shutter as you know. Also you are right the ISS it strange to not see all the solar panels in the Sun light! I would like to see what you can do with your Edge HD 8 and a ZWO ASI174MC.
This way you will have more control over the exposed later in processing software to dig out more data info. Thank for sharing your image. I was your 1st like.
Posted by Philip Smith 2019-05-19 10:32:08
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