Hey everyone, I'm planning to image the Mercury transit on Monday so I picked up a solar sheet to attach to my 6se. My imaging train is a Meade 3.3 reducer with enough extension between that and my ASI224 to reach about F/2. This was necessary to fit the entire disk with a bit of room to spare on the tiny 224 chip. My question is what I should expect to see, so far everything just appears as a gray disk with no surface detail. I was expecting more of an orange color and some detail, but I've never done any solar imaging before. He's a screen shot of my SharpCap settings, can anyone see anything I'm doing wrong? Or is this result on par with what should be expected? When I was setting things up and aligning the scope I was using an eye piece and the disk had the orange color I was expecting. Same as when I'd just look through the sheet with the naked eye. So it seems this filter isn't the problem, just a matter for getting SC configured properly. Thanks in advance!
Link to solar filter I'm using: https://www.amazon.c...0?ie=UTF8&psc=1