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dust and scratches from debayerd sensor &  final result, 




    

        Marcus Wögerer

dust and scratches from debayerd sensor & final result

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It is very impressive what can be repaired when using a master flat and darks and bias together with pixel rejection when dithering is applied during capture the lights !!!!!

- ORIGINAL PICTURE: is a single un-calibrated light
- VERSION C: is a single calbrated light (darks, flat, bias)
- VERSION D: master flat
You can see:
remaining bayermatirx
some glue at the border to protect gold wire of sensor
dust (removed protection glass on sensor)
scratches on the sensor (dead pixel)
some light fall off in the edges form filter or telescope

- VERSION E: final processed stack of 14 lights with +/- 20 pixel dithering in x&y position
cropped to the debayered area, which is about 11,6 Pixel from 14,1 available
of full APS-C seniors size

Finally you can see nothing from all the errors of the sensor which is visible on the single un-calibrated light.

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    Original
  • dust and scratches from debayerd sensor &  final result, 




    

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    C
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    dust and scratches from debayerd sensor &  final result, 




    

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    D
  • dust and scratches from debayerd sensor &  final result, 




    

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    E

D

master flat stretched

E

14 lights stacked, basic processed

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dust and scratches from debayerd sensor &  final result, 




    

        Marcus Wögerer