You will find below our tutorial on how to use the observation settings to get the perfect image quality (be it for an eVscope or an eQuinox):
Pro tips: Stars are of different types and colors. When we view them through the Unistellar telescope they can be blazing white by the time the slewing to them is done. To distinguish the colors of stars in the eVscope, you need to adjust your settings in Liew View. Gain and exposure should be lowered to be able to see colors, otherwise, stars will be saturated and thus will look white, indeed.
Example: NGC 4755
Make sure you have checked out this article prior. Enjoy your observations!