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How to Use the Edit Mode?

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Depending on the object you are observing and your personal preferences, you may wish to adjust some of the parameters of the image. With the edit mode, you can adjust some parameters of your captures: exposure time, brightness, background, and gain

 

The edit mode can be accessed on the observation page.

Swipe left to access the Edit mode. You can also tap on the "Edit" button directly.

Note : The available parameters in Edit mode will be different if you are in Live View or if Enhanced Vision (Dynamic Signal Amplification) is activated.

 

Edit mode for Live View

Tap on “Automatic” to disable the automatic settings and adjust the settings to your preference. Use the sliders on the left and right ( ) to adjust.

 

In Live View edit mode, you can adjust :

Gain: Controls the amplification of the signal from the camera sensor.

Exposure time: How long the sensor will be exposed to the light (photons) emitted.

 

Edit mode for Enhanced Vision (Dynamic Signal Amplification)

Tap on “Automatic” to disable the automatic settings and adjust the settings to your preference. Use the sliders on the left and right ( ) to adjust.

 

When Enhanced Vision (Dynamic Signal Amplification) is activated, you can adjust :

Brightness: Controls the overall lightness of the image.

Background:  Controls the overall darkness of the image.

 

Note: You can reset the default settings by reactivating “Automatic” mode.

Note : For planet, Moon, and Sun modes, you can adjust gain and exposure time. However, editing is not possible in Enhanced Vision mode (Dynamic Signal Amplification) for these objects.

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