I'm just starting to image with my new ASI183MC-Pro. The only night I have been able to image I was using SharpCap. I bumped up to what I suspected was a problem with amp glow.
In SharpCap, dithering is only available in Live Stacking. I assume (there's that word again) that when one is live stacking the camera never shuts down. (Even when shooting a sequence in SC, I believe the camera never stops taking exposures.) Does this exacerbate the amp glow? Or should this be taken in stride, and calibrated out in processing.
All aspects of SC are expertly done, especially its Polar Alignment (which I realize can be used independently of image capture). I really want to stick with SC since its Smart Histogram, allied with its sensor analysis. It seems like a very consistent way to determine gain and exposure length, even including sky brightness.
Thoughts? Alternatives? Suggestions?