Dynamic Range

updated: 2024-03-18

Dynamic range is measured in stops. A stop corresponds to a doubling or a halving of the amount of received light. So if your sensor has 14 stops of dynamic range, it means that there are 14 doublings of illumination level between the dimmest level it can record and the brightest level it can record.

Example: ZWO ASI 294

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