I am struggling to set correct parameters to get a nice shot of Jupiter in the night sky. I am using DMC-FZ200 and I get a result like this:
Moons are clearly visible, but the planet itself is way to bright. How to reduce brightness to see some features? I am using ISO100 (lowest possible). I tried shorter exposure times, but then I only see a noisy blob. Only once I was able to do the shot below, where you can barely make out the two main Jupiter bars, but it is still too bright:
The above was shot with exposure time of 1/100, f/2.8 (lowest possible), ISO100 and focal length 108mm. Even shorter exposure times of 1/250, 1/500 and 1/1000 gave only a blob filled with noise, which was darker and darker but no features.
For example the image below was shot with 1/500s exposure time:
I tried many different combinations, but failed to get any better results.
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The image on the left is mine (combined data from two shots and heavily adjusted contrast and brightness and rotated), the one on the right is from NASA for reference. You can see two darker horizontal bars and a brighter bar in the middle of the planet.