With the introduction of commercially available cooled CCD cameras in the 1990's, astrophotography has gradually shifted from film emulsion to digital imaging. The performance of these CCD cameras now greatly exceeds that of film cameras; unfortunately their price has kept them out of reach for many amateur astronomers.

DSLRs are not able to take single long exposures like CCDs, but software can be used to extend the exposure time and to stack multiple images. The trick to getting great images with DSLRs is to use the right software – MaxDSLR.

MaxDSLR provides a number of important benefits to DSLR users:

* Support for Canon, Nikon, Olympus, webcams, DSI, LPI, and Lumenera cameras
* Reads DSLR RAW formats
* Built-in focus tools
* Built-in autoguiding
* Longer individual exposures via add-on shutter control cable
* Automatic exposure sequences
* Raw frame processing for optimum dark subtraction and high bit depth
* Automatic stacking with auto-alignment
*Advanced processing feature such as Range Restricted FiltersTM, color balance and saturation adjustment


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