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NTC in qDSLRDashboard

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#11 gwegner
No, it's not, because I don't think this would not be a good idea. I wouldn't want moonlit scenes to be as bright as during daylight, so I guess it's pretty fine to use the NTC like it is, with the darker reference set for the moonlight also. (With the moon you always have the problem of the moon being too bright in the images anyway).
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#12 Joost van Wijk
so if the moon comes up and make's the sequence to bright you va manage that with the button NTC + and - ?

or just like the old way

reset reference + and - ?
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#13 gwegner
No, NTC +/- only set the factor how strong the night time adjustment will be (2 means double/half the reference).
If you want to manually change the reference because of the moon for example, you need to use the +/- Buttons next to reference as usually.
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#14 Joost van Wijk
I was struggling several times with set reference changement. Wen the moon rise you have to do some quik changes and with set reference it worked not quiked in off so mostly i lowered my highest iso manual 

The steps in set ference + - can you set them bigger and smaller.?

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