The smart telescope Stellina (by Vaonis) is known for its ease of use and the way it produces automatic images in JPEG format, straight from the beast.
However, it has more to offer. It can be used as an astrophotography station that collects raw images in FITS format (from now on called FITS). Those subs are, at the moment of the writing, 10-second-long subs. Thanks to Stellina's automatic setup, automatic focusing, mechanical derotator and anti-dew heater, those subs are of very good quality. They can be processed in much the same way as subs produced by more regular rigs.
The goal of this thread is to discuss all the tricks of the trade that are particular to the Stellina when it comes to stacking, stretching and processing its FITS.
As a starter, I propose here a kind of tutorial explaining all you have to know to collect light frames and dark frames with Stellina and how to stack them in the free application DeepSkyStacker: